How did pilots avoid thunderstorms and related weather before “reliable” airborne weather radar was introduced on airliners?
Could an aircraft 'hide' in the aircraft shadow of another aircraft without being detected or noticed?
Why do (or did, until very recently) aircraft transponders wait to be interrogated before broadcasting beacon signals?
Is it possible for a modern commercial airliner to stop being tracked without substantial mechanical failure?
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