Air India pilot suspended for failing pre-flight breathalyser test

An Air India pilot was suspended for three months after he failed a pre-flight breathalyser test, ANI reported on Monday. According to the news agency, the pilot was scheduled to fly to Bengaluru from New Delhi on July 13. Since the flight was full, he requested the airline to accomodate him as an additional crew member.

However, he was deplaned after he tested positive for alcohol during the mandatory pre-flight breath-analyser test.

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