Honeywell runway safety system gets FAA approval

09/18/2009 | American City Business Journals · (U.K.)

The FAA has approved a system from Honeywell International designed to reduce runway incursions estimated to cost the aviation industry $1 billion a year. "This new software provides added situational awareness at increasingly crowded airports while reinforcing standard operating procedures," a company official says. The FAA has already approved the landing system for the Memphis, Tenn., airport.

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