Lawmakers Call On FAA To Use Rulemaking For Sleep Apnea Policy

A group of House lawmakers sent a clear signal to FAA with a quickly introduced bill that would require the agency to conduct a formal rulemaking process if it plans to compel obese pilots to undergo testing for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) before receiving a medical certificate. The bill, H.R.3578...

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