The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is debating whether to revise a decision to exempt cargo airlines from new rules to prevent pilot fatigue. The reason for the decision was because the FAA says it made “errors” in cost calculations – some $214 million for the cargo industry over a decade – used to justify the exemption. The FAA said, “These errors are of sufficient amount that the FAA believes that it is prudent to review the portion of its cost-benefit analysis related to all-cargo operations and allow interested parties an opportunity to comment on that analysis.” The department will issue
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