The US Air Transport Assn. said the actual cost of FAA's proposed rule governing flightcrew duty and rest requirements issued two months ago could cost $19.6 billion—15 times more money than the $1.25 billion the government projects—as it submitted final public comments calling for significant revisions to the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ATW Daily News, Sept. 13). In the 270-page document filed Monday, ATA urged FAA to revamp the proposed rules, asserting that federal ...

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