NTSB’s Hersman: Stop Stalling On Fatigue Rules

Credit: NTSB
On Feb. 13, 2008, two Go! airline pilots, cruising at 21,000 ft. over Hawaii in broad daylight, fell asleep. Ignoring repeated calls from air traffic control, they flew 26 mi. past Hilo's airport before waking up, contacting air traffic control and landing safely. The pilots' fatigue that day...

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