A series of enhancements based on several studies has not reduced runway-incursion risk on a uniquely designed section of airfield at Toronto Pearson International Airport, leading Canadian safety investigators to recommend the most radical fix: physically changing taxiway configurations. The Transportation Safety Board (TSB) report, released Jan. 31, examines 27 incursions that took place from 2012-17. Each occurred in Pearson’s south airfield complex, which features two parallel ...

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