US FAA yesterday issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to require "scheduled airlines to either retrofit their existing fleet with ice-detection equipment or make sure the ice protection system activates at the proper time," the agency said in a statement. For aircraft with an ice-detection system, FAA is proposing to mandate that the system "alert the crew each time they should activate the ice protection system. The system would either turn on automatically or pilots would manually ...

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