Pilots criticize FAA's plan to reduce fatigue

09/17/2010 | USA Today

Leaders of two pilots unions on Thursday criticized an FAA proposal aimed at reducing fatigue among commercial airline pilots and said the proposal could hurt flight safety. They noted that the proposal, which would lower the maximum number of hours a pilot can work each day, could ultimately require pilots to fly two hours longer per day. Meanwhile, flight safety advocates support the plan, and the FAA says it would ensure safety.

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