The NTSB this month undertakes a new look at pilot training in stall recognition and response as part of its investigation into the Feb. 12, 2009, loss of Continental Connection Flight 3407 during approach to Buffalo-Niagara International Airport (BUF). Regular readers of Cause & Circumstance may have noticed an increase in the frequency of stall incidents and accidents involving turbine aircraft. Some seem to arise from a lack of crew understanding of automated flight control ...

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