"I recently experienced all these alerts in the 737 MAX flight simulator on leisure flights, even if I knew what was going to happen, I could see how the crews could have spent the time before they could solve the problems. these accidents, I think it is unlikely that American airline pilots will face this scenario in training, "said Chelisi Sully Sullenberger to the home transport committee during the airplane model hearing.
Sullenberger, whose landing on the Hudson Miracle in 2009 saved the lives of all 155 people on board, told the group that it was important for pilots not to have "involuntary traps."
"We need to make sure that everyone who occupies a seat is fully armed with information, knowledge, training, skills and judgment to be able to be the absolute master of the aircraft and all its constituent systems and situations both at the same time and continuously during the flight,
Pilots need firsthand physical experience to be prepared for emergencies, said Sullenberger.
"Reading it on iPad is not enough," he said .