Negative Habit Transfer, Part 2

Boeing 737 MAX flight deck
Boeing 737 MAX flight deck
Credit: Boeing
Basic principles of autopilot engagement are misunderstood. On Oct. 9, 1999, a Falcon 900B was en route from Portland, Oregon, to Grand Rapids, Michigan. The aircraft was cleared to descend to 11,000 ft. As it descended through 11,400 ft. at 355 kt., the captain observed on the primary flight...

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