Sure, and I don't believe he should be punished beyond what would normally be the case were there not so much public attention on this.Airwayfreak wrote: ↑Mon Sep 16, 2019 11:48 amNot the first nor the last time this has happened. Most major airport's taxiways are the size of regional airprit's runways so he can be forgiven. At the end of the day nobody died. Errors happen on a daily basis in the airline industry and the average man in the street does not even get to hear about them. This is nothing but a storm in a teacup as someone mentioned earlier
However his claim of not being in the wrong at all, as expressed to Erika Gibson for her article, should not be accepted.