Re: TAROM A310 accident

From: (Francis JAMBON)
Organization: CLIPS-IMAG, Grenoble, France
Date:         13 Apr 95 10:46:54 
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In article <airliners.1995.360@ohare.Chicago.COM>, kls@ohare.Chicago.COM
(Karl Swartz) wrote:

> That doesn't taint some of the other offerings of these companies --
> the DC-8 is one of my favorite airliners, and while I've never flown
> on an A310 I have been on an A300 which seemed to me to be a perfectly
> fine aircraft.

As I can remember, A310 and A300 are very different. A300 is a A310-B?
with much more electronic than an A310 which is a classic airliner. A300
is the prototype of the A320 series (A320-A330-A340-A319-A321).

I've heard this morning on a French radio (France Inter) that the crash of
the TARON A310 may be caused by a trottle problem, which have produce
asymetric thrust. The A320 series have an automatic asymetric recovery
system but I Think it is full manual on A310.

I am not an Airbus specialist, anybody may have more information ?

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