Horn Override Problematic For 767-2C Derivative

Credit: Boeing
A trick that mutes a blaring horn when the autopilots on all Boeing models—except the 787—are manually disconnected could potentially cause an entry-into-service delay for the company’s KC-46 Pegasus tanker, a derivative of the 767-2C freighter. In a petition for exemption filed earlier this month...

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