The Air Canada pilots who lined up their Airbus A320 to land on a San Francisco International Airport taxiway in July 2017, despite obvious clues that it was not their assigned runway, made several errors that contributed to the situation. U.S. investigators also found the incident exposed flawed procedures that made it too easy for two experienced pilots to lose situational awareness during the critical final-approach phase of flight. The NTSB determined the pilots of Flight 759 ...

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