The latest news about the tentative re-certification of the Boeing Max 8 aircraft has some airlines flying the Max again in August, others in September. Whatever the final certification date is, you can be confident that the Max is safe as it has undergone a very detailed and complete inspection, especially of the AOA and MCAS systems that were implicated in the tragic Lion Air and Ethiopian accidents. According to one North American airline, pilot training could take as much as 45 days of classroom and simulator training, but the actual details of how much pilot training will be required is yet to be confirmed. One thing is for sure: the airlines and their pilots will not fly the Max again until it meets their incredibly strict safety standards. The Aviation Immersion Camp is offering "Fly With Confidence!" programs for people who have difficulties flying and would like to have a clear understanding of the circumstances surrounding the Max including detailed descriptions of what caused the accidents, what changes have been made to make the Max safe to fly again and what pilot training will be required. Information about the Max on the news and internet is highly scattered and frequently technically incomplete or incorrect. Get the facts at the AIC and fly with confidence! Contact them for more info and to sign up today!