Are You Ready for Only One Pilot in Your Cockpit?

What it means to “pilot” a commercial airplane has shifted over the years, and a current proposal is challenging the unique relationship pilots have with their airplanes.Let’s begin with what hasn’t changed. Most pilots begin by learning raw airmanship skills in basic training airplanes. They spend hundreds of hours flying an airplane with the most basic systems and no automation. As they move through the hours into bigger, faster, more complex airplanes, the airplanes actually get easier to fly (but don’t tell anyone that) because of automation.

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