US National Transportation Safety Board Chairman Deborah Hersman yesterday criticized FAA for failing to act on runway safety recommendations the board repeatedly has made, including multiple recommendations first issued in July 2000. "We really can do better than that," she said while delivering the opening address to the FAA International Runway Safety Summit in Washington, where 500 delegates from 17 countries gathered to exchange information on runway safety. "We owe it to [passengers] ...

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