Rules that could lessen pilot fatigue through regulating pilot flight and duty time should not be part of the bargaining process between airline management and unions, according to the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA). ALPA is placing pilot fatigue, crew screening, the Aviation Safety Reporting Program (ASAP), and cargo carrier security among its top priorities to take to Congress and the administration. ALPA leaders also said yesterday during a press briefing in Washington that the ...

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