A 12 45 Require all newly type certificated 14 Code of Federal Regulations Part

A 12 45 require all newly type certificated 14 code

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speedbrakes do not deploy as expected after landing. A-12-45 Require all newly type-certificated 14 Code of Federal Regulations Part 25 airplanes to have a clearly distinguishable and intelligible alert that warns pilots when the speedbrakes have not deployed during the landing roll. A-12-46 Require Boeing to establish guidance for pilots of all relevant airplanes to follow when an unintended thrust reverser lockout occurs and to provide that guidance to all operators of those airplanes. Mechanical defects that prevented the automatic deployment of speedbrakes, which assist in slowing the plane after landing, and the captain's failure to monitor and manually deploy them 2
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BSAB 415 – Airline Management led to an overrun of a passenger jetliner off of a snowy runway in Wyoming. The incident was compounded by an anomaly with the thrust reversers. While the NTSB is vitally interested in these recommendations because they are designed to prevent accidents and save lives. However, investigations showed that American Airlines training and procedures require the pilot monitoring (i.e. the captain) to observe and call out the position of the speedbrake lever after landing; if the speedbrakes do not deploy automatically, the captain is to manually deploy them. Although the pilots could have manually deployed the speedbrakes at any time during the
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  • Summer '19
  • Federal Aviation Administration, Delta Air Lines, National Transportation Safety Board, Boeing 707, Airline Management

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