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: It's been 43 months since the last deadly airline crash in the U.S., the longest such period since after World War II.
SAFE ENOUGH? One consequence of having such a remarkable record is that it's difficult to justify costly new safety rules. Federal rules assign a value of $6.2 million to each life saved. Even modest changes can cost the industry hundreds of millions of dollars across a number of years.
SLEEPY PILOTS: Last year, the FAA revised rules on pilot work schedules to address concerns that tired pilots were making mistakes, sometimes with fatal results.