A pilot has lodged a legal challenge against the UK CAA, seeking a judicial review of commercial-pilot age restrictions. Former TUI Airways captain Wayne Bayley, represented by law firm DMH Stallard, has served the UK CAA with legal papers through the Administrative Court. Earlier this year Bayley, who has nearly 26,000 flying hours, turned 65. Under EU Aircrew Regulations, he is now prohibited from working as a commercial air transport pilot. Bayley wants the CAA to offer equal ...

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