Incident at FORT MCMURRAY AB (CYMM) (Incursion - runway - vehicle, Communication error)
2001-03-30: Esso 306, a fuel truck, was on the west ramp at Fort McMurray Airport and the driver was requesting authorization to proceed via Taxiway A to the main apron. At the same time, the driver of Shell 300 was requesting permission to proceed via Taxiway A to the flight centre. Shell 300's radio transmission was partially blocked by the other vehicle driver's transmission. FSS issued instruction to the driver of Esso 306 to proceed via Taxiway A and both vehicles then drove onto the taxiway. There was no conflicting traffic at the time.
2001-05-11: UPDATE Aerodrome Safety reported that due to multiple incursions by fuel trucks, the airport manager set up a re-orientation program in conjunction with Universal Aviation Services Corporation to enforce compliance with the AVOP requirements.
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