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Why don't airliners have a navigation GPS as "back up" in case of a pitot tube malfunction? Aeropero 603 and Air France 447 plus many other im sure, could have been saved if these aircrafts would have had a simple Navigation GPS as a plan B. The GPS could have given the pilot the basic information needed to keep flying instead of leaving them confused about what the instruments were showing due to the blocked pitot tubes. having reliable information of ground speed, heading and altitude would have helped the pilots recognize the situation they were in, which was caused by Pitot tubes blockage. Most private pilots now use GPS why not the big airliners? There is many blogs about why airliners do not have GPS tracking so the planes could be found after a crash, but none talking about why GPS is not use to help prevent some of those crashes.