Did You Know? The Airbus A350 Needs a Hard reboot every 149 Hours
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July 25, 2019 - by CORY DOCTOROW for boingboing.ne
Two years ago, the EU Aviation Safety Agency warned that some Airbus 350s required a hard reboot every 149 hours to be safe to fly; two years later, most of the affected planes are still being rebooted to cope with the bug.
At least they don't have to close and open all the windows.
The revised AD, effective from tomorrow (26 July), exempts only those new A350-941s which have had modified software pre-loaded on the production line. For all other A350-941s, operators need to completely power the airliner down before it...
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