Commercial airline and air cargo pilots caught in an Age 60 time gap are trying another tactic to recoup back wages after failing in an earlier federal lawsuit. This time, plaintiffs Mickey Oksner, 66, of Midway, Utah, and 50 others are suing in the U.S. District Court in San Francisco saying the FAA’s now-defunct Age 60 retirement rule violated anti-discrimination laws in Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Minnesota, New York, Tennessee, Texas and Washington state. They want back wages ...

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