US National Transportation Safety Board, which has opened an investigation into last Thursday's Boston Logan runway incursion, provided more details on the incident (ATW Daily News, July 15). NTSB said the Delta Air Lines Boeing 767-300ER was moving on BOS taxiway B, headed for departure on runway 04, when the winglet on its left wing "struck the horizontal stabilizer" of the Atlantic Southeast Airlines Bombardier CRJ900. The regional jet was sitting idle, third in line on ...

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