How four airline pilots are helping others stay current during COVID

Keeping proficient and maintaining flying skills during the coronavirus crisis has proven to be a difficult task for many commercial pilots. Key.Aero speaks to two airline aviators who’ve taken on the challenge of assisting others with the help of a flight simulator

For most pilots, a break in flying for any amount of time can lead to the loss of proficiency. When a global pandemic comes along and wipes out the industry for more than a year, it takes this phenomenon to another level. 

For James,

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