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Appendix A Airlines, Associations, and Groups That Provided Written Input The committee received a wide range of written input from airlines, as- sociations, and groups. This input was comprised of either one or more of the following: general responses to the questions posed by written requests (see Box 1-3, in Chapter 1), home-to-domicile zip code information for airline pilots (for 24 airlines); and information specific to relevant airline policies and fatigue risk management plans. AIRLINES ADI Air Wisconsin Airlines Corporation Aloha Air Cargo Ameristar Air Cargo, Inc. Atlantic Southeast Airlines, Inc. Atlas Air Worldwide (Atlas and Polar Air Cargo) Capital Cargo Colgan CommutAir Champlain Enterprises Compass Airlines Delta Air Lines Empire Era Aviation Everts Air Cargo Federal Express Florida West International Airways, Inc. 135
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136 THE EFFECTS OF COMMUTING ON PILOT FATIGUE GoJet_Trans States Holdings JetBlue Miami Air International, Inc. North American Airlines Omni Air International, Inc. Pinnacle PSA Airlines, Inc Seaborne Airlines Trans States Airlines United Continental UPS US Airways USA Jet Airlines USA 3000 Brendan Airways Virgin America World Airways Unidentified Airline* ASSOCIATIONS AND GROUPS Cargo Airline Association Coalition of Airline Pilots Associations National Air Carriers Association U.S. Airline Pilots Association *This airline requested not to be identified.