CAA Paper 2004/10: Flight Crew Reliance on Automation

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Reference:CAA Paper 2004/10
Title:Flight Crew Reliance on Automation
Description:Modern large transport aircraft have an increasing amount of automation and crews are placing a greater reliance on this automation. This Paper reviews previous research examining flight crew dependence on automation, inappropriate crew response to automation problems and changes in manual flying skills.
Status:Current
Review Comment:None
Version:1
Date:22 December 2004
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