We used an A320-like flight simulator (“PEGASE”) located at ISAE-SUPAERO (Toulouse, France), see Fig 2. Like in the A320 aircraft, flight instruments included a Primary Flight Display (PFD), a Navigation Display (ND), an Electronic Central Aircraft Monitoring display (ECAM), and an FCU (Flight Control Unit). The field of view covered by the simulator is about 180°. The participants controlled the aircraft with a side-stick, two thrust levers, and a rudder. We recorded flight data to calculate flight performance during the landing.

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