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I think the expectation of this pilot was that the auto-throttle was going to take care of him," Robert Sumwalt, NTSB board member, said during the hearing to determine the cause of the crash.
The 550 features a dual Avio integrated flight management system, synthetic vision, improved vision, auto-throttles and anti-skid brakes.
The Latitude is an aircraft that delivers a lot of firsts from Cessna a the wide fuselage, the stand-up cabin with a flat floor, auto-throttles, the electric door and the improved cabin environment.
The captain, who was instructing the co-pilot flying the Boeing 777, told the National Transportation Safety Board he noticed that the auto-throttle was not maintaining the speed he had thought it was programmed to shortly before the plane crashed, Deborah Hersman, chairwoman of the board told a news conference.
In addition, Eclipse Aerospace will become the first in its industry to offer Auto-Throttles as an option for the Eclipse 550.
By having a more economic unit cost we are able to add some of the features requested by our customer focus groups, such as auto-throttle and nose wheel steering, which are not typically found in a business jet of this size," says Acs.
The airplane comes standard with dual IRS (Inertial Reference System), dual air-cycle machines and auto-throttle that are ideally suited for long-range and trans-continental flights.
The AC disengaged the auto-throttles and retarded the #3 throttle to idle while the copilot consulted the Dash One.