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Biden admin says 66 too old for commercial pilots, as president nears 80
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FOX Business’ Cheryl Casone reports on the latest travel news this Thursday.
The Biden administration says that 66 years old is too old for commercial airline pilots as President Biden nears 80 years old.
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg expressed his opposition to raising the airline pilot retirement age to 67, from 65, over the weekend on "Fox News Sunday" as his boss nears octogenarian status.
While speaking on "Fox News Sunday," the transportation secretary said that the retirement ages were "there for a reason" and that he was "not going to be on board with anything that compromises safety."
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