Cirrus SF50 Grounded For AOA Sensor Problems

In April, the FAA grounded the fleet of Cirrus Vision SF50 light jets because of issues with the aircraft’s angle of attack (AOA) sensor. The FAA issued an emergency airworthiness directive (AD) on April 18. The action followed three incidents in which the aircraft’s stall warning and protection...

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