Since the Colgan Crash in February 2009, pilots have been raising a red flag unknown by the flying public and often ignored by airlines. I am talking about fatigue. Because of low wages, pilots can not afford to live in major metroplitan areas like New-York, where airlines have hubs and therefore crew bases. Often, the pilots live in towns with a lower cost of living and before starting their scheduled trip, they will commute either the night before, early morning and even sometime overnight. Because hotels are expensive, especially when you make $1500 Dollars a month, some of them will sleep in inadequate rest areas in airports. Below you can watch a recently aired short video from ABC News about the subject of pilot fatigue.