NTSB: Pilot Error, Flawed Safety Nets in Gulfstream Crash

Credit: NTSB
The NTSB says the FAA missed opportunities in 1987 to flag inadequacies with a safety system meant to prevent the Gulfstream IV throttles from moving when the gust lock is engaged. Nearly three decades after the business jet’s certification, the flaw manifested itself in a fatal crash on May 31...

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