The Accident Investigation Board of Norway (AIBN) is conducting a “thematic investigation” of incidents in which pilots flying Boeing 737s for several Scandinavian airlines had to use larger-than-normal control yoke forces to unstick their aircraft’s elevators. The action follows two stuck-elevator investigations. One involved a Norwegian Air 737-800 that came close to stalling on approach into Finland’s Kittila Airport in December 2012. The other, which involved a ...

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