No-Fly Zone: 2 Allegedly Drunk Pilots Removed from US-Bound Flight
Passengers on a United Airlines flight were put in danger by two pilots allegedly trying to fly across the Atlantic while drunk.
141 people were stuck at the Glasgow Airport in Scotland while waiting for the pilot and co-pilot to be replaced.
The flight eventually made its way as-scheduled to Newark-Liberty International Airport in New Jersey.
The incident was not the first time a flight from Scotland to North America was delayed for such reasons this summer.
In July, two pilots scheduled to fly a Canadian airbus to Toronto were also arrested for being intoxicated, 9News-AU reported.
FAA record show that between 2010 and 2015, 64 pilots cited for failing drug or alcohol tests, Nauert said.
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