NTSB: Safety rule for runways should be changed

07/1/2013 | Bloomberg · Honolulu Star-Advertiser

The National Transportation Safety Board said the current safety rule for runways with convergent flight paths needs to be changed. If a pilot on one runway decides to perform a "go around" during a landing, the aircraft could be in the path of other flights. "The NTSB has determined that existing FAA separation standards and operating procedures are inadequate and need to be revised to ensure the safe separation between aircraft near the airport environment," the agency said.

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