U.S. to require automatic safeguards against ice on passenger aircraft

08/4/2009 | Bloomberg

The FAA is requiring new U.S. passenger aircraft to include technology for automatic de-icing, rather than depending on pilots to take action. For now, the rule applies only to new aircraft, though a retrofit of older planes could be required at some point, the FAA said.

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