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FAA rejected advice that could have prevented near plane crash at SFO. The regulatory body is going to implement the recommendations now

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The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration is implementing recommendations it rejected six years ago that could have prevented pilots from nearly landing last month on a taxiway crowded with jetliners awaiting takeoff in San Francisco. (www.sfgate.com) 更多...

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canuck44
canuck44 7
It will probably cost less than the price of sending the FAA bureaucrats to various "meetings" and "conventions".
ttrippc750
Terry Tripp 1
Dialing up the ILS to 28R SFO(if not notamed OTS) even when it is VFR should put you on the correct runway. And with today's FMS's putting in an extended centerline will help out.
rootuser
Root User 1
Prohibiting visual only approaches for heavys is probably another good idea.
ttrippc750
Terry Tripp 1
Prohibiting visual only approaches for heavy's is probably another good idea, would not solve anything. Because the airlines today have the best avionics going. The correct use and using backups such as dialing in extended center-lines where no LOC or ILS is available and dialing in the ILS at all times will keep you out trouble. It is all about situational awareness, use all that you can. It is your paycheck!

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