Independent aviation safety body Flight Safety Foundation (FSF) is backing the use of deployable flight-data recorders (FDRs), or triggered flight-data transmission, as the search for Malaysian Airlines MH370 continues. “We are publicly endorsing the use of deployable FDRs or burst data. The technology already exists and is used by the U.S. Navy for their helicopter operations. It is time that the airline industry started taking a good look at this to avoid delays in the recovery of ...
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