Airbus is offering incentives for A320-family operators to upgrade legacy flight management guidance computers (FMGCs) with newer systems designed to prevent runway overruns, according to a European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) bulletin. The program, in place since mid-summer, targets about 385 older A319s, A320s and A321s currently in service. The program replaces FMGCs with updated logic and Runway Overrun Warning/ Runway Overrun Protection System (ROW/ROPS).  The improved systems ...

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