Oct. 5, 2015
Business aviation is a round-the-clock industry that often requires physically demanding schedules. And while it may be difficult for pilots to report they are not physically or psychologically fit for duty, flying under such conditions can have severe consequences. Something as simple as a fatigue-management program can make all the difference. “Ensuring pilots are fit to fly requires proactive management to look at pilot schedules, including retroactive schedules and prospective schedules,” said Quay Snyder, president and CEO of Aviation Medicine Advisory Service.
Read more about fatigue management in the September/October 2015 issue of Business Aviation Insider.