Old 11th Feb 2019, 09:52
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Originally Posted by DaveReidUK View Post
Slightly more readable version for anyone who can't get behind the WSJ's paywall:
Thanks, much more readable

There also has been consideration of more-sweeping design changes that would prevent faulty signals from a single sensor from touching off the automated stall-prevention system, officials said. But at this point, they said, such options appear to be losing favor among regulators.
Um, really? So that implies B will continue to kick off "automated stall prevention", directly opposing pilot inputs, based on output of a single sensor with no cross checks?

Pardon the expression, but if not that, WTF are they fixing?
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