Fatigue Called Major Factor In UPS Crash Probe

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R egardless of the NTSB conclusions later this year on what caused the crash of UPS Flight 1354 last August, UPS and its pilots will not agree on two things: whether pilot fatigue was involved, and whether the carrier’s FAA-mandated fatigue risk management program is effective. The chasm between the...

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