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New First Officer Qualifications Amount to Safer Skies, Not Necessarily 1,500 Hours
September 30, 2014
Contrary to what is often disingenuously characterized as a requirement for all pilots to have 1,500 hours of flight time to be qualified to fly for an airline, the FAA’S new rules actually allow pilots with as few as 750 hours of flight time to fly for commercial airlines. More importantly, the...
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