NTSB finds more cases of faulty airspeed sensors

As investigators continue to probe the crash of Air France Flight 447, the NTSB says it has identified two more recent incidents in which airspeed indicators on an Airbus A330 apparently provided pilots with faulty information. Both flights landed safely, and an Airbus spokesman said sensor malfunctions are "a known phenomenon that isn't unique to A300s or Airbus."

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