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14 SUMMARY controllers, pilots, or vehicle operators forget about a critical safety activity; or when proper procedures are not otherwise Chapter two provides an introduction into the factors affecting followed by controllers, pilots, or ground operators. the risk of collision during airport winter operations. Accord- ing to the literature, the more common possibility for a safety Chapter two further presents an outline of the remaining hazard or runway incursion to exist occurs when the exact chapters of the report. Presented in chapters three to nine are location of an aircraft or vehicle on the airport surface is more detailed analyses and explanations of the research on the unknown or is contrary to an ATCT instruction; when either factors affecting collision risks during airport winter operations.