Revisit Ramp Control “Taking Stock of the ‘Insider Threat’” (Aug. 20-Sept. 2, p. 24) fails to address control or lack of control of aircraft surface movements at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. During the Aug. 10 incident, the aircraft that was ultimately crashed was towed, turned in direction, had its engines started, moved off ramp and onto a taxiway and, I assume, onto a runway.  Did a company have control of the ramp, yet fail to note this ...

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