Following a Boeing 767 control problem yesterday, investigators have fresh data that could explain possible mechanical anomalies with the aircraft's elevator. An American 767 experienced pitch control "difficulties" on approach to Paris Charles de Gaulle yesterday, forcing pilots to use horizontal stabilizer trim to get the plane down, U.S. investigators reported. The airplane, Flight 48 from Dallas with 137 passengers and crew on board, was descending through 6,000 feet when the ...
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