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Does In-Flight Upset Guidance Work?   2

Aviation Week takes part in a NASA-funded flight research program to determine if upset recovery guidance provided to a pilot on the primary flight display will help that pilot to more effectively and efficiently recover the aircraft. Our Senior Editor for Avionics and Safety, John Croft, flew with the developers of the guidance, Barron Associates, in a Calspan variable stability Learjet 25B in late April as part of the 5-pilot test of the software....More
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