TOULOUSE, France—The International Federation of Air Line Pilots’ Associations (IFALPA) is concerned most flight decks lack tools allowing pilots to be aware of the trim’s position, according to a position paper published Mar. 7. The analysis and recommendations may be taken even more seriously now, as the early findings in the investigation on the Mar. 10 crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight ET302 suggest a system on the Boeing 737 MAX erroneously trimmed the aircraft down, ...

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