BA A321 Incidents Highlight Icing Flaws

British investigators say ice crystals are the likely culprit in several 2012 incidents where operators received erroneous airspeed or altitude readings. In the first incident, pilots of a British Airways (BA) Airbus A321 on initial approach to London Heathrow Airport on April 20, 2012, after a...

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