Captain Chelsey 'Sully' Sullenberger weighs in on Boeing's deadly crashes

Sully telling lawmakers that pilots need new simulator training before these planes return to service, and that Boeing's recommended hour-long computer course is not enough.
0:31 | 06/20/19

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One of America's most famous pilots weighing in tonight on Boeing's grounded Max jets retired captain Sully Sullenberger telling lawmakers pilots. Need new simulator training before those planes returned to service saying Boeing's recommended hour long computer course. It's not enough. We should all want pilots who experience these challenging situations for the first time in a simulator. And not in flight with passengers and crew on board. And reading about it or an iPad is not even close to sufficient. Captain Sullenberger of course known for his miracle on the Hudson landing.

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