The US National Transportation Safety Board last week said it is investigating two recent incidents involving A330s operated by TAM and Northwest Airlines in which the airspeed and altitude indications "may have malfunctioned." NWA is a unit of Delta Air Lines. Both aircraft landed safely. Such malfunctions are suspected in the May 31 loss of an Air France A330-200 (ATWOnline, June 10). NTSB said the TAM incident took place on May 21 while Flight 8091 was en route from Miami to Sao Paulo. ...

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