US FAA, citing "recent close calls at some of our nation's busiest airports," said urgent action is needed "to reduce the risk of runway incursions and wrong runway departures" and announced a short-term plan to tackle the problem. Speaking at a runway safety meeting in Washington this week, Deputy Administrator and Acting Air Traffic Organization COO Bobby Sturgell said safety reviews will begin at airports causing "greatest concern" within 60 days. The agency is compiling a list of 20-30 ...

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