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Dec 21, 2003

What a great airline to work for!

It's called pilot fatigue: tired pilots at the controls of your plane. Aviation safety experts say how to address pilot fatigue is a major, ongoing issue in the industry. Many airlines provide pilots with crew rooms or sleeping lounges equipped with couches, comfortable recliners or cots, so pilots can grab a nap during layovers.

"An opportunity for a pilot to gain some rest in a crew room is just invaluable," said Steve Cowell, a Denver-based aviation safety consultant. Cowell, who was a pilot for several regional airlines, says "pilot fatigue has been a major component of incidents and accidents that have occurred."
Where exactly did you see Gulfsteam on the article? If you read it, its about at Great Lakes (GLA) not Gulfstream.

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