WASHINGTON—A cohort of airline pilot unions lauded the Nov. 19 introduction of a bipartisan U.S. House bill that would bring rest and duty-time regulations for cargo pilots into line with their passenger-flying counterparts. While FAA implemented revised flight and duty-time regulations for passenger operations in 2014, the agency has not taken any action to do the same for cargo operations. Speaking during a Nov. 19 press conference marking the introduction of the Safe Skies Act, Air ...

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