LONDON – A British pilot has been sentenced to eight months in jail, because he was recompensed for his work was gone. The police arrested the 49-year-old man in January at Gatwick airport in London, after the crew of the Boeing 777 alarm had struck. The aircraft was then on the point to ascend for a flight to Mauritius, messages British media.
Witnesses had the emergency calls because the breath of the pilot to drink smoke.
Witnesses had the emergency calls because the breath of the pilot to drink smoke. Agents did the man in the shackles and took him to the eye of the bewildered passengers from the cockpit. He turned out to be more than four times the permitted amount of alcohol in his blood. The lawyer for the pilot said later that his client had been drinking for approximately twelve hour flight to fall asleep.
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