FAA orders Minnesota-made Cirrus jets grounded, citing sensor issues similar to Boeing

//FAA orders Minnesota-made Cirrus jets grounded, citing sensor issues similar to Boeing

FAA orders Minnesota-made Cirrus jets grounded, citing sensor issues similar to Boeing

Duluth-based Cirrus Aircraft is recalling about 100 of its new SF50 personal jet aircraft after the Federal Aviation Administration ordered an emergency grounding of the planes, noting problems with automated sensors similar to those suspected to have played a role in crashes of Boeing Corp. 737 Max airliners.  Aviation Today has a report on the emergency directive from the FAA, which followed three incidents involving Cirrus jets in which automated systems engaged improperly during flight. The…

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