S.65 - Freedom to Fly Act of 2007

A bill to modify the age-60 standard for certain pilots and for other purposes. view all titles (2)

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  • Short: Freedom to Fly Act of 2007 as introduced.
  • Official: A bill to modify the age-60 standard for certain pilots and for other purposes. as introduced.

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Official Summary

Freedom to Fly Act of 2007 - Allows a pilot who has attained 60 years of age to serve as a passenger airline pilot until the age of 65 years old only if the pilot serves: (1) as a required pilot in multi-crew aircraft operations; and (2) with another required pilot who has not yet attained

Official Summary

Freedom to Fly Act of 2007 - Allows a pilot who has attained 60 years of age to serve as a passenger airline pilot until the age of 65 years old only if the pilot serves:
(1) as a required pilot in multi-crew aircraft operations; and
(2) with another required pilot who has not yet attained 60 years of age. Terminates the age-60 rule (mandatory retirement age) 30 days after enactment of this Act. Declares that such requirements shall not provide the basis for a claim of seniority made under any labor bargaining agreement in effect between the pilots and an air carrier by any pilot who has attained age 60 before the effective date of this Act and who is seeking a position as a pilot with such carrier following that pilot's termination or cessation of employment or promotion or transfer to another position with such air carrier.

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