U.S. FAA sees need to raise standards for airplane pilot training around the world

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BRASILIA (Reuters) – The head of the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said on Monday there was a need to raise standards for airplane pilot training around the world.

FAA Administrator Steve Dickson is in Brasilia to participate in an airline industry conference. His remarks come after two deadly crashes involving Boeing (N:) 737 MAX aircraft have prompted safety reviews across the industry.

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