British Find Problems With Flight Data Monitoring

A U.K. Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) probe into a shock absorber bolt that broke due to fatigue shed light on a bigger issue: detecting when flight data monitoring equipment is not functioning. In the August 2015 incident, a BAe 146-200 operated by German charter carrier WDL Aviation...

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