The French civil aviation safety investigation authority is calling on the international safety community to consider modifications to existing airborne collision avoidance system (ACAS) processes, as well as to study the use of the autopilot to resolve close encounters. BEA’s recommendations are included in the agency’s final report of a June 2010 “serious incident” in which a controller trainee erroneously put a departing Air France A319 and an inbound Easyjet ...


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