5-5 Example 3a: Unfavorable commuting pattern
5-6 Example 3b: Favorable commuting pattern
5-7 Example 4a: Unfavorable commuting pattern—day 1 of 3 consecutive days. On second and third days, rest time reduced by 1 hour.
5-8 Example 4a: Unfavorable commuting pattern—overview of 3 consecutive days
3-1 Total Accidents and Fatigue Accidents by Injury Category, 1982-2010
3-2 Fatigue-Related Accidents, 1993-2009
3-3 Distribution of Home-to-Domicile Distances by Industry Segment (in percentage)
3-4 Distribution of Home-to-Domicile Distances for Mainline Pilots by Airline (in percentage)
3-5 Distribution of Home-to-Domicile Distances for Regional Pilots by Airline (in percentage)
3-6 Distribution of Home-to-Domicile Distances for Cargo Pilots by Airline (in percentage)
3-7 Distribution of Home-to-Domicile Distances for Charter Pilots by Airline (in percentage)
3-8 Distance Between Residence and Domicile by Time Zone and Carrier (by percentage within time zone)
1-1 Committee Statement of Task
1-2 Organizations Contacted for Input
1-3 Topics Posed in Call for Public Input
2-1 Benefits of Commuting
4-1 Risk Factors for Fatigue-Related Errors and Accidents
6-1 FAA Proposed Regulations on Fatigue (Section 117.5)
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine 500 Fifth St. N.W. | Washington, D.C. 20001
The Effects of Commuting on Pilot Fatigue.
Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 2011.
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