US FAA Administrator Randy Babbitt said regulators, airports and airlines have "picked off all the low-hanging fruit there is to pick" to improve runway safety and now must focus on gathering "more detailed information" that can be analyzed to preemptively identify airfield risks. Speaking to the FAA International Runway Safety Summit in Washington, he touted the 50% year-over-year reduction in "serious" runway incursions to 12 at US airports during the government's fiscal year ended Sept. ...

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