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The FAA is scrambling around to make it ALL pilot error, as usual, and there is some error. Relying on the current auto systems. The automatic landing system switch was on! Howe also brings up the Air France loss because of late reaction to auto systems getting pilots in too late to react situations. Just remember the old flying story of the fully automatic flight system notifying passengers there was no pilots aboard, but as they were leveling off at 30,000 feet, the system came on with, “We have reached our cruising altitude, you may unbuckle and be assured, nothing can go wrong, go wrong, go….”



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