Pilots—regional and major, current and future—face new training, hiring and flight/duty-time requirements as stakeholders make swift progress on safety initiatives launched in the wake of the Colgan Air Flight 3407 crash in February. Those initiatives were the subject of discussion at the Sept. 23 House Transportation & Infrastructure Committee aviation subcommittee hearing on the FAA’s “Call to Action on Airline Safety and Pilot Training,” launched in June. The FAA’s effort came in ...

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