The French aviation safety agency, BEA, is recommending that airframers make changes to avionics design to reduce accidents and incidents tied to go-around maneuvers. The recommendation is one of 34 included in the BEA’s Airplane State Awareness during Go-Around (Asaga) study, published on Aug. 16. Started in 2000, the study included research on 16 accidents and incidents the agency says highlight issues with Asaga. One of those incidents ...


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