US FAA's Aviation Rulemaking Committee said at a US Senate hearing yesterday that it has pushed back its Jan. 1 deadline for issuing new rules on pilot fatigue for an additional month. "We will unfortunately miss the first of next year," Associate Administrator for Aviation Safety Peggy Gilligan said. FAA expects to complete its analysis by the end of January. Pilot fatigue has been on the National Transportation Safety Board's "Most Wanted List of Safety Improvements" since it first was ...

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