How safety, technology and public perception will define viability of single pilot operations

Apr 7, 2023

LONDON – During this past May in Paris, two pilots of an Airbus A320 flying an RNAV (GPS) approach came within six feet of the ground in the Charles de Gaulle (LFPG) Airport.

Roughly a month earlier two pilots of a Boeing 777 also flying into Charles de Gaulle were not on the same page and unintentionally wrestled each other for control of the aircraft, resulting in a missed approach and a safe landing on their second attempt.

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