Airlines prepare for policy change for scheduling pilots

U.S. airlines are preparing to alter how they schedule pilots after the Federal Aviation Administration required airlines to take late-night and early-morning hours into consideration. "Everything we know about planning for and operating in winter storms, de-ice events, spring thunderstorms, summer rolling [air-traffic control delay] programs and hurricane season will change on some level," said Marisa Von Wieding, vice president of systems operations control for JetBlue Airways, in a memo to pilots.

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