WHEN US AIRWAYS CAPT. LEWIS Tetlow was forced to retire as a commercial airline pilot upon turning 60 last April under longstanding US FAA regulations, he gathered his rod and tackle and went fishing for two days. That was the extent of his life of leisure. Since then, he has spent a large portion of his time on Capitol Hill lobbying Congress to raise the mandatory retirement age for US airline pilots. Tetlow is one of many who are seeking the change. In fact, by the time he reached for his ...

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