AVweb reported: 2018.07.30 - A former pilot for Alaska Airlines was sentenced on Wednesday to a year and a day in federal prison, for flying two flights in 2014 with a blood alcohol level more than three times the legal limit.
Arnston flew from San Diego to Portland on June 20, 2014, and then from Portland to John Wayne Airport, in Orange County. After landing, Arnston was selected for random drug and alcohol testing by airline personnel. Two breathalyzer tests showed Arnston had a blood alcohol concentration of 0.135 percent and 0.142 percent. The federal limit is 0.04.
BoardingArea reports: 2018.09.02 Prosecutors allege he struggled with alcohol addiction over those two decades and routinely piloted commercial flights under the influence of alcohol.
هل هناك أي إحصائيات منشورة عن النسبة المئوية للطيارين الذين تم اختبارهم أو التي أدخلت على الكحول بطريقة أخرى؟