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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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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