The French air accident investigation office (BEA) has discovered that a serious incident involving an Airbus A340 in 2017 was only the tip of the iceberg concerning pilot safety. While the investigation highlights the value of flight data monitoring, it also shows that such analysis must improve, otherwise some faulty pilot practices will continue to go unnoticed.  Another lesson learned: Pilot training is facing a challenge in refining takeoff techniques. The BEA determined that ...


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