Air France confirms that one of its A320s operating with the latest Thales pitot tube design encountered a brief problem during a flight between Rome and Paris resulting in an anomalous speed indication. The incident on July 13 involving AF1905 lasted merely six seconds, and the airline notes the crew took the appropriate actions and there was no divergence from the flight plan. The airline said the aircraft was fitted with Thales-designed pitot tubes of the “BA” configuration. The ...
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