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Crash Of Lion Air 737 MAX Raises Questions About Autopilot And Pilot Skills
(November 09 05:47) Forbes.com
With autopilot and auto landing, many airline pilots now aren't getting regular manual flying practice. That may have played a role in the Lion Air crash, says safety consultant Keith Mackey.
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