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A small part that tells computers on some highly-automated Airbus aircraft how fast the plane is flying became a concern again Wednesday.

European aviation authorities ordered airlines to check "pitot tubes" that have come under suspicion since the crash of Air France Flight 447 in the Atlantic Ocean in June.

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) issued the emergency airworthiness directive Wednesday, requiring airlines to check Goodrich Corp.-manufactured pitot tubes aboard Airbus A330 and A340 models in the next five days. Read full article »

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