Pilots protest study on whether cargo planes should have one pilot and remote help

Studies into operating single-pilot cargo aircraft have come under fire from unions representing more than 100,000 pilots and nearly 50 commercial carriers , according to this report in the South China Morning Post. The federally legislated studies in the US have received more than $128m in government funding, with the idea being that the onboard pilot would be assisted by remote-control pilots on the ground. The unions fundamentally oppose the …

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