Jeppesen recently released the results of a study conducted to determine the level of effectiveness of flight- and duty-time regulations related to crew fatigue management among air carriers. In the study, Jeppesen quantified the performance of seven flight-time-limitation (FTL) regulatory approaches that were measured against 300 of the largest airline fleets in the world. Jeppesen officials say the study underscores the inadequacy of using strict FTL rules to limit crew fatigue. Instead, ...

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