All Nippon Airways takes 5 weeks to train Dreamliner pilots

11/7/2011 | Wall Street Journal, The · AVweb

All Nippon Airways, the first carrier to receive delivery of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, is taking around five weeks to train its pilots on the new aircraft. "We added what we thought was necessary," said Capt. Hideaki Hayakawa of the Japanese carrier. Boeing rival Airbus is pointing to the longer training time for the 787 as a disadvantage.

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