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Financial Woes Lead Region's Pilots to Stay in Crash Houses

The nation's pilots, strapped-for-cash in a bargain-driven industry, often find themselves bunking with 20 or more co-workers in crash houses - dorm-like alternatives to expensive hotel rooms. They're a solution to underfunding in the airline industry which, some say, could be jeopardizing flight safety.

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Loudoun Investigates Local Pilot 'Crash Pads'
Article | Loudoun County zoning officials have launched an investigation into a Sterling Park boardinghouse that was the subject of a Washington Post article Tuesday that examined the living conditions of some of the nation's regional airline pilots.

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