The FAA's recent emphasis on reducing the incidence of runway incursion events at the nation's airports is spawning a broad-based response that is likely to affect both commercial and general aviation operators using large and small airports. The agency staged a three-day Runway Safety National Summit at a Washington, D.C. hotel last week at which FAA Administrator Jane Garvey claimed, "Taxiing on the airport surface is the most hazardous phase of flight." She added that the agency ...

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