control-wheel steering

control-wheel steering

An autopilot mode that permits manual control of heading. In this case, aircraft height and speed are maintained by the autopilot.
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The pilot used control-wheel steering and the autopilot disconnect button, but the autopilot would not disengage.
It is lighter, more capable, and more reliable than the legacy analog systems, providing pilots with enhanced modes of operation that include control-wheel steering, navigation steering, a broad range of hold modes, and automatic approach to CAT-I landings.
It is lighter, more capable, and more reliable than the legacy analog systems on P-3 aircraft, providing pilots with enhanced modes of operation, including control-wheel steering, navigation steering, a broad range of hold modes, and automatic approach to CAT-I landings.
The system provides pilots with enhanced modes of operation, including control-wheel steering, navigation steering, a broad range of hold modes, and automatic approach to CAT 1 landings.
The DAS provides pilots with enhanced modes of operation, including control-wheel steering, navigation steering, a broad range of hold modes, and automatic approach to CAT 1 landings.
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