The Canadian Transportation Safety Board (TSB) says a rare but potentially dangerous un-commanded nose wheel steering problem in Boeing aircraft is increasing the risk of runway excursions. “As their cause is uncertain and because little is being done to better understand the problem, the Board is concerned that there remains a risk for runway excursions to occur,” says the TSB. The statement comes at the conclusion of an investigation of an American Airlines Boeing 737-800 that ...
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