Airbus is introducing “harmonized” symbology on primary flight displays (PFD)—centering on a flightpath vector and, for the first time, an energy cue—and is encouraging airlines to use it. Starting with the A350-1000, each aircraft will have the capability, although use of it, for now, will be left up to the flight crew. The move underscores the difficulty of imposing non-mandatory safety improvements on scores of pilots who may have ingrained working ...

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