NTSB Recommends Stick-Pusher Changes
In a safety recommendation stemming from its investigation of a 2009 crash in Texas, the NTSB said on Tuesday the FAA and the European Aviation Safety Agency should require changes in the stall-warning system on ATR-42 series airplanes. Both agencies should also evaluate all other transport-category airplanes to ensure that the stick pusher "activates at an angle of attack that will provide adequate stall protection in the presence of airframe ice accretions," the safety board said.
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