We Have A New Admin Assistant In DEN!

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Amanda Catrell recently started her career with JetStream as the Administrative Assistant in Denver, CO.
Amanda is originally from Southern California, but has spent the last 6 years with her husband and children in Okinawa, Japan while her husband
was stationed there as a Marine.
Her husband recently retired, so they decided to settle in his home state of Colorado.
Amanda says she loves working with people and helping them in any way possible. She says she is very excited to be a part of the JetStream
family and is looking forward to a long and happy career with us.
Welcome to the JetStream family Amanda!!!

New JetStream Team Member

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Brance Draine has recently joined our JetStream team at our Memphis, TN station. Brance is a native of Vero Beach, FL.  He attended the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga on a football scholarship and after graduating, he moved to Memphis to work with Union Central Life Insurance.
After Spending 10 years in insurance, he decided to switch things up a bit and move over to the airline industry where he has been the past four years.  His past positions include Ramp Lead for Pinnacle Airlines and Supervisor with Delta Global Services.
Please join us in welcoming Brance to the JetStream Family!



What Is A Runway Incursion?

A UTair Boeing 767-300 from Moscow and Aerolíneas Argentinas Airbus A340-300 were involved in a rare but dangerous incident at Barcelona Airport. The UTair Boeing 767-300 from Moscow was on final for runway 02 when an Aerolíneas Argentinas Airbus A340-300 crossed the runway to taxi to the holding point of runway 25R.

As soon as the Russian pilots saw the Airbus 340 crossing the runway, they performed a successful go around. After the go around, the Boeing 767 returned and landed safely.

If there happened to be weather on this day, causing low visibility, this event could have been tragic.

What went wrong?

The Aerolíneas Argentinas Airbus failed to comply with the “hold short” instruction given by the Tower. Failure by the Crew to comply with this important instruction can be extremely dangerous. This incident is defined as a runway incursion.

What is a Runway Incursion?

Any occurrence at an airport involving the incorrect presence of an aircraft, vehicle or person on the protected area of a surface designated for the landing and take off of aircraft.

There are four categories of runway incursions:

Category A is a serious incident in which a collision was narrowly avoided
Category B is an incident in which separation decreases and there is a significant potential for collision, which may result in a time critical corrective/evasive response to avoid a    collision.
Category C is an incident characterized by ample time and/or distance to avoid a collision.
Category D is an incident that meets the definition of runway incursion such as incorrect presence of a single vehicle/person/aircraft on the protected area of a surface designated for the landing and take-off of aircraft but with no immediate safety consequences.

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