Fifty-nine-year-old Paul Turner, a US Airways captain for two decades, is being forced by the airline to retire on his birthday, in September.

For Turner and other pilots nearing age 60 their professional fate is sealed: Federal Aviation Administration rules stipulate that pilots above 60 years of age cannot fly commercial passengers or cargo planes for safety reasons.

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