FAA Administrator Marion Blakey has established an Age 60 Aviation Rulemaking Committee composed of airline, labor and medical experts "to recommend whether the US should adopt [ICAO's] new age standard that will allow one of two pilots on the flight deck to be over age 60," the agency announced late Wednesday. The ICAO Council adopted the new standard to increase the upper age limit for airline pilots from 60 to 65 last March and it becomes applicable on Nov. 23 to multicrew operations. ...

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