Dutch Safety Board Review Targets ‘False Glide Slope’ Pitch-up Risk

Preliminary findings from the probe of a May 2013 incident has led the Dutch Safety Board (DSB) to call attention to a scenario that can lead to a near-stall when an aircraft on approach intercepts an instrument landing system (ILS) glide slope from above. The incident, involving an unidentified...

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