Unified Stance Needed To Challenge 1,500-Hr. Rule, Airlines Say
ORLANDO, Florida—Convincing U.S. lawmakers to revisit the 2010 law that required the FAA to boost minimum flight hours for airline pilots to 1,500 hr. will require a unified push backed with data to support revised standards, executives from two major carriers said. “No single carrier is going to be...
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