A330 incidents point to need for better weather information, flight control changes
Recommendations to improve aviation safety in the wake of the crash of Air France Flight 447 last June and other Airbus A330 incidents are inadequate, several stakeholders warn. Pilots and industry officials fear that unless more is done, system-wide failures will persist, with dangerous consequences for passengers. The calls to do more would impact Airbus, airline operations and European regulators. They also signal that further equipment and operational changes may emerge in the ...
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