A revised FAA analysis increases the estimated 12-year cost of its new pilot crew rest rules by $67 million, to $457 million, but still concludes that the costs are outweighed by the potential benefits. The FAA calculated the revised projections as part of what was primarily intended as a revision of the estimated costs and benefits of applying the rule to cargo-only operations, which currently are exempted from the new requirements that are scheduled to take effect in January 2014. ...
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