Pilots union endorses raising retirement age

05/25/2007 | ClipSyndicate · Bloomberg1

The Air Line Pilots Association on Thursday said it supports raising the mandatory retirement age for commercial airline pilots to 65. The union's support will accelerate legislation aimed at raising the retirement age, which is now 60. The FAA says it will raise the retirement age, but the rule-making process could take more than two years.

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