Not-So-Good Vibrations, Part 2

A Canadair CRJ similar to the one involved in the 2007 vibration incident. Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons/Eddie Maloney
In Part 1, we discussed how vibrations can cause challenges with aircraft control. When an aircraft begins to exhibit unusual vibrations, prudent flight crews must take the proper actions to get the aircraft safely back to the ground in a timely manner. Unfortunately, aircraft flight manuals don’t...

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