The US National Transportation Safety board (NTSB) has released evidence from its ongoing investigation of an incident at San Francisco International Airport (SFO) on July 7, 2017 in which an Air Canada Airbus A320 that was cleared to land mistakenly lined up on a parallel taxiway, then barely avoided a disaster. However, the agency said it has not yet drawn any conclusions from the docket information. The pilots of Air Canada flight 759 descended below 100 feet above the ground, then ...

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