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3.1 Runway incursions have been identified as a critical flight safety hazard by a number of States, and have been a factor in a number of aircraft accidents. With the historical and predicted growth in air traffic and the consequential rise in aircraft movements, the incidence of runway incursion has increased, and is set to do so in future unless preventative measures are taken.

3.2 A number of States have implemented prevention plans, an example of which is the European Action Plan for Prevention of Runway Incursions:

http://www.eurocontrol.int/sites/default/files/publication/files/european-action-plan-prevention-runway-incursions2.0.pdf

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