Taxiway Departure Attempt Triggers Changes At JAL, Changi

The attempted departure of a Japan Airlines (JAL) Boeing 767-300ER from a taxiway at Singapore Changi Airport instead of the assigned runway on July 12, 2015, has led to procedural changes at the airline and the airport. While the crew halted the takeoff relatively early after realizing the error—at...

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