New retirement age gets mixed reaction from pilots

A new law that raises the mandatory retirement age for commercial airline pilots is getting a mixed reception from pilots. It will slow career advancement for younger pilots but will give older pilots an opportunity to extend their earnings for five additional years. The president on Thursday signed the bill, which raises the retirement age from 60 to 65.

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