WASHINGTON—The Transportation Safety Bureau of Hungary (TSB), Airbus and the French safety agency BEA are at odds over a March 2014 incident involving a British Airways A320-200 flying from London to Budapest with a failed aileron. In a final report on the incident released this summer, the TSB recommended that Airbus reduce the amount of time an A320 can fly with inoperative or deactivated aileron servo controls—the devices that receive commands from flight computers and ...


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