Regulators are likely to end what are, in effect, long-standing exemptions permitting pilots of small turboprop aircraft at small carriers to fly as much as 20 percent more hours per month than pilots at larger airlines fly, with the consequence that some carriers could be forced to hire additional pilots.


Regulators are likely to end what are, in effect, long-standing exemptions permitting pilots of small turboprop aircraft at small carriers to fly as much as 20 percent more hours per month than pilots at larger airlines fly, with the consequence that some carriers could be forced to hire additional pilots.

A. as much as 20 percent more hours per month than pilots at larger airlines fly, with the consequence that

B. as many as 20 percent more hours per month as pilots at larger airlines, and

C. more hours per month, as much as 20 percent, than pilots at larger airlines; consequently

D. as much as 20 percent more hours per month as larger airlines’ pilots, so

E. as many as 20 percent more hours per month than pilots at larger airlines do, and consequently


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Correct Answer: E

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