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Are Airplane Pilots Too Dependent on Technology?

Act 4: Asiana flight 214's crash brings questions of whether pilots rely too much on automation
01/17/2014

Transcript for Are Airplane Pilots Too Dependent on Technology?

Did it really happen again? Tonight the ntsb is investigating the plane landing at the wrong airport again this week, screeching to the halt, passengers jolted. You would like to think those high-tech... See More
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