WASHINGTON—The pilots of a landing Air Canada Airbus A320 that nearly plowed into several aircraft on a taxiway waiting to depart the San Francisco International Airport (SFO) around midnight July 7 were visually confused by the runway lighting at the airport, according to an NTSB investigative update on the incident. Air Canada Flight 759, cleared for a visual approach to land on Runway 28R at the airport, was lined up on the parallel taxiway to the right of the runway and descended ...

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