A Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) analysis of runway incursions at Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) has led the board to recommend reconfiguring part of the airfield and spotlights how inconsistent airport-design standards can present risks for flight crews. The probe, detailed in a Jan. 31 report, examined 27 incursions that took place from 2012-2017. Each occurred in YYZ’s south airfield complex, which features two parallel runways—06R/24L and ...

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