Unlike Airbus, Boeing lets aviator override fly-by-wire technology Monday, March 20, 2000 By JAMES WALLACE SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER REPORTER MIAMI — As the Airbus A320 jetliner descended through 3,000 feet on its final approach to the airport, co-pilot Rudy Canto glanced off … Read more . . .
Predator UAV Proves Its Worth from American Forces Information Service, Jun 15 2003 http://usmilitary.about.com/cs/afweapons/a/preditor.htm The Air Force officer is a transport plane pilot, but these days his aircraft flies “solo,” and he doesn’t leave the ground. Capt. Sam J. Vanzanten, … Read more . . .
Missile & remote control systems added to small jets before 9-11; same parts found at Pentagon Two civilian defense contractor employees–told to remain silent–say other workers quietly retro-fitted missile and remote control systems onto A-3 jets at Colorado public airport prior to … Read more . . .
Technical feasibility of using a remote controlled jet to fly into buildings Remote Recovery of Aircraft Technology A diagram illustrating the Future Air Navigation SystemAlthough this comes from an overseas source, it illustrates the concept well.Testing GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM … Read more . . .