NTSB: Controllers, Software Complicit In Wrong-Runway Landings

The NTSB says air traffic controllers handling a Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-700 and an Atlas Air Boeing 747-400LCF freighter that landed at the wrong airports in January 2014 and November 2013, respectively, did not follow standard procedures in alerting the pilots of other airports “in close...

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