Suspected drunk driving International flight pilots in India were “no fly”

The Indian civil aviation regulator revoked the flight qualification of a senior pilot of Indian Airlines for three years on the 12th, citing alleged drunk driving.

Alvind & Sdot; Caterpillar was scheduled to fly on the 11th, flying from the Indian capital of New Delhi to London, the capital of the United Kingdom. He received an alcohol breath test twice before taking off and the results showed that it was not suitable for flight. Caterpillar did not fly the flight.

The Civil Aviation Administration of India said in a statement on the 12th that the Caterpillar flight license was revoked for three years from November 11, 2018.

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