Expanding use of electronic ``glass cockpits'' has forced accident investigators to increasingly depend upon digital flight data recorders to help determine the cause of a crash. The advent of modern airline transports equipped with electronic flight and engine systems intrumentation--typically referred to as glass cockpits--has not diminished an investigator's ability to determine what caused an accident, but has significantly increased the challenge, according to officials of the ...

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