Improving pilot use of cockpit automation and expanding controller knowledge of aircraft performance are among the recommendations made by the U.K.’s Civil Aviation Authority in its review of business jet operational safety issues. On Mar. 27, the CAA released the results of its study, which it launched after noting that business jets were involved in disproportionate number of accidents detailed in the agency’s “Global Fatal Accident Review 1997-2006” (CAP776). The authority sent ...
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