NTSB’s Taxi-Assist Recommendation Rejected By FAA
Citing the lack of injuries or deaths from wingtip collisions studied and a minuscule safety benefit, the FAA has rejected the NTSB’s recommendation to mandate additional anti-collision aids onboard aircraft. Pointing to 12 low-speed taxi collisions over a 10-year period, the NTSB in September...
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