FAA Loosens Pilot Age Rule

FAA will stop enforcing requirements that U.S. carriers have at least one pilot under age 60 on international flights. The rules, put in place in 2007 when the pilot retirement age was raised to 65, matched those of the International Civil Aviation Organization. In March, ICAO voted to drop the...

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