Two American aviation pilots were arrested yesterday in Scotland after allegedly missing an alcohol tester before flying passengers to New York.
The men, aged 45 and 61, were arrested at Glasgow Airport and are expected to appear at the Paisley Sheriff Court Tuesday.
Both men were arrested before boarding United Airlines UA162, which was scheduled to leave for Newark at 9am yesterday.
Police Scotland reported that they had been called to the airport at 7am yesterday.
An Armed Forces Spokesperson: "Police Scotland can confirm that two men, aged 61 and 45, were arrested for alleged violations of the Railway and Traffic Safety Act 2003 (Section 93) and are awaiting trial on a scheduled court visit Stay in police custody on 6 August.
The law applies to airline pilots found under the influence of alcohol.
The flight was canceled and all passengers were diverted.
It is not the first time that United airline pilots have been flying after one Alcohol investigation arrested at Glasgow Airport.
Two pilots were arrested two years ago before boarding at Newark at exactly 9 am
One of them, Carlos Roberto Licona, 45, was later detained for 1
Police were called to the airport after security personnel smelled alcohol in their breath.
Paisley Sheriff Court heard that Grebenc and his colleagues from United Airlines were brought to Glasgow Airport by the Hilton Hotel in Glasgow, where they spent the night after flying from the US to Scotland the previous day You should fly a Boeing 757 to Newark, New Jersey.
Three years ago, another pilot persecution was discontinued after important evidence for the blood test was lost.