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Computer-Related Incidents with Commercial Aircraft

The FAA Human Factors Team Report on Interfaces between Flightcrew and Modern Flight Deck Systems

Because of the Cali and Nagoya accidents, as well as an American Airlines' MD-83 incident at Bradley Airport in Connecticut in November 1995 (as stated in the foreword), the FAA convened a Human Factors team to report on the The Interfaces Between Flightcrews and Modern Flight Deck Systems, which report appeared on June 18, 1996. (This report is in Adobe Acrobat format. Those who don't have an Acrobat viewer may download one from http://www.adobe.com/Acrobat/.)
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