Transport Canada (TC) and the Canadian Transportation Safety Board (TSB) remain at odds over whether a flight crew procedure change would reduce runway incursion risks on a particularly tricky area at Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ). The issue is a January 2019 TSB recommendation to change airline procedures during closely-spaced parallel runway operations so that crews conduct post-landing checks after clearing both active runways. Common practice has the checks done after ...

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