Airbus has urged A321neo operators to implement a temporary center-of-gravity (CG) limitation to eliminate an already-remote risk of an excessive pitch-up condition while it finalizes a software update that addresses the issue. EASA on July 17 mandated the CG restriction for European operators, requiring a flight manual amendment detailing the restrictions by the end of August. The issue, discovered during development tests, affects any A321neo with elevator aileron computer (ELAC) unit ...

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