A preliminary summary issued by the Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) said Air Canada flight 759 overflew four aircraft on the taxiway parallel to runway 28R at the San Francisco International Airport (SFO) near midnight on July 7. The TSB estimated the A320-200, which was lined up on the taxiway rather than the runway, overflew the first two aircraft by 100 ft., the third aircraft by 200 ft. and the fourth by 300 ft. Closest lateral distance to one of the aircraft was 29 ft. ...

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