NTSB: No apparent problems with cockpit controls in fatal UPS crash
Federal investigators said Saturday they haven't found any problems with the controls in a UPS cargo jet that crashed while landing in Alabama, killing the two pilots.
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#1 Aug 18, 2013
Shuttlesworth Airport ILS system probably gave the
pilots the locator but not the glide slope. Some
smaller airports don't have a fully working ILS system, an ILS with no glide slope or no DME.
Maybe a repeat of San Francisco a month ago: flaps
down, gear down, auto-throttle engaged, but
no airspeed hold set and turned on in the
auto pilot. No power.
#2 Aug 19, 2013
Would UPS fly into an AP without a fully functioning ILS?
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