Wrong-Surface Operations Prompt Variety Of Mitigation Strategies

Credit: BWI Marshall Airport
LAS VEGAS—The U.S.’s effort to reduce wrong-surface operations ranges from airport-specific changes to more basic tactics, such as refusing visual approaches in favor of technology-aided guidance. Taking off or landing on the wrong surface—or attempting to—has been a major problem in the U.S...

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