Miami International Airport will be the third U.S. airport to begin using the FAA’s revised wake turbulence separation criteria, already in place in Memphis International Airport in Tennessee and Louisville International Airport in Kentucky. Beginning Dec. 1, controllers at Miami will allow most aircraft to fly closer together on arrivals and departures without eroding safety margins for wake-induced upsets. The so-called wake re-categorization (Recat) is based on more than a decade ...


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