Runway warning systems reduced close calls, auditors say

02/25/2008 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Federal auditors found that a warning system substantially cut the number of close calls between aircraft on a runway and taxiways. The FAA is now testing the system at San Diego and Dallas/Fort Worth international airports but officials have not decided whether to use the equipment at other busy airports in the U.S.

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