Can an ILS system generate false information without flagging the cockpit instrumentation? Most pilots would answer ``no,'' but a group of air carrier safety experts discovered that the answer is sometimes ``yes.'' This unsettling situation first came to light at a Flight Safety Foundation CFIT/ALAR Action Group (CAAG) committee meeting in Amsterdam. SAS Capt. Erik Reed-mohn asked if anyone had information about an Air France B-777 incident in Rio de Janeiro in which the crew was misled by ...

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