The British court sent a drunken Pakistani pilot to prison.

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The British court sent a drunken Pakistani pilot to prison.


24 November 2013. A Pakistani pilot, who was supposed to fly from the UK airport with 156 passengers on board, was set at three times the normal level of alcohol. Because of what he was sent to prison for 9 months.

Iofan Faiz, a pilot of Pakistan International Airlines, made a Leeds-Bradford-Islamabad flight on an Airbus aircraft. The crew noticed his condition and ordered him not to drink again before the flight.

55-year-old pilot told the police that he drank a quarter of a bottle of whiskey. Under the laws of Great Britain, the level of alcohol before the flight should not exceed 9 μg / 100 ml of respiration. And the Faise level was 41 μg.

Faiz said that he knew nothing about the rules of Britain regarding the level of alcohol before the flight.

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