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After near-collisions on airport runways, FAA calls for safety review

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U.S. airports have seen an uptick in near-collisions involving commercial planes. The problem prompted the FAA to call for a safety summit, launching a review of standards and procedures to prevent catastrophe. Geoff Bennett reports on the close calls and discusses the possible factors with aviation correspondent Miles O'Brien.

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U.S. & Canada
air traffic control, airline infrastructure, airplane accidents
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