The FAA’s long-awaited crew rest requirements for U.S. pilots exempts cargo carriers, largely removes potentially expensive schedule reliability requirements for passenger carriers, tweaks the maximum duty-day and flight hours and provides a bit more scheduling flexibility. The final rule also gives airlines two years to comply and, as stated in a proposed rule issued in September, allows carriers to develop an alternative with their own adoption of a Fatigue Risk Management System. FAA ...


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