The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will no longer enforce its requirement that airline pilots aged 60 and over, who are the pilot in command on international flights operated by scheduled air carriers (commercial airlines), be paired with a co-pilot under age 60.  The agency will publish a final rule in 2015 confirming the change. On March 3, 2014, ICAO Council members approved removal of its pilot pairing requirement, effective November 13, 2014. Accordingly, the FAA concluded the Fair Treatment Act’s sunset provision for its own pilot pairing requirement was triggered on November 13, 2014, and it will no longer enforce

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