Failed Airbus A320 Actuator Incident Debated By Safety Agencies, Airbus
WASHINGTON—The Transportation Safety Bureau of Hungary (TSB), Airbus and the French safety agency BEA are at odds over a March 2014 incident involving a British Airways A320-200 flying from London to Budapest with a failed aileron. In a final report on the incident released this summer, the TSB...
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