High-Altitude 'Upset Recovery' Renews Ice Crystal Interest

Credit: joepriesaviation.net
The crew of a United Airlines Boeing 757-200 descending into Dublin on a flight from Newark, New Jersey, early on the morning of Oct. 20, 2013, acted in a “nonstandard” manner in responding to an unreliable airspeed indication, an issue most likely caused by ice crystals that entered and overwhelmed...

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