FCTN 03/09: Pilot Distraction - Automation Status

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Reference:FCTN 03/09
Title:Pilot Distraction - Automation Status
Description:The purpose of this FCTN is to alert instructors and examiners to recommendations resulting from incidents in which the crew assumed that Autothrust was engaged in speed mode when in fact the thrust levers were at idle.
Review Comment:None
Date:26 October 2009
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