US FAA yesterday touted "significant short-term actions" taken in the past 60 days to improve runway safety and noted that "serious" incursions for the fiscal year ended Sept. 30 were down to 24 from 31 in the previous year. But the agency also conceded that development of technology that could help reduce incursions is moving at a slower pace than anticipated. Acting Administrator Bobby Sturgell said FAA has completed reviews of runway safety at 20 airports. Those facilities have used ...

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