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U.K. judge hands JAL pilot 10-month prison sentence over heavy drinking before London-Tokyo flight



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Judge Phillip Matthews said, "The safety of all persons onboard that very long flight … what is at risk by your inbriation."

"The prospect of you taking control." of that is too appalling to contemplate. Piloting aircraft under the influence of alcohol is regarded as a serious offense in the U.K.

Piloting aircraft under the influence of alcohol is considered to be catastrophic.

In a statement issued after the ruling, Japan Airlines Co. expressed its deep regret at Jitsukawa's deeds and

Jitsukawa had been due to be part of the JL44 flight from London to Tokyo on Oct. 28, but was arrested by British police for about 1

0 times over the legal limit.

According to Japan Airlines, Jitsukawa has said he drank two bottles of wine and more than 1.8 liters of beer over six hours from 6 p.m. the night before his flight.

Jitsukawa used mouthwash before.

But a bus driver was taken by the airline's office and briefly boarded the plane

Breathtaking and blood tests have been carried out.

Breathtaking and blood tests have been carried out. The legal limit, by about tenfold and ninefold respectively, with his arrest delaying the flight

Recently, a series of problems have come to light in Japan involving drinking airline crew members and disrupting flight schedules as a result, aviation crew members.

Under the current Japanese aviation crew members

The UK's transportation safety law sets a legal limit on blood alcohol levels for personnel involved in aviation activities – including flight crew, cabin crew and air traffic controllers – 20 milligrams of alcohol per 100 milliliters of blood, except for licensed aircraft engineers, according to UK's Civil Aviation Authority.

Violators of the law can face penalties of

Many Japan Airlines group units, meanwhile, have their parent companies in their drinking bans for pilots officials said Thursday.

The measures are provisional, and JAL and the other groups of companies that operate passenger jets will consider whether to make them permanent, they said. [19659002] Japan Air Commuter Co., Japan Transocean Air Co. and Ryukyu Air Commuter Co. did not change their rules immediately after the arrest, but they apparently felt the need for impose tougher measures after a JAC pilot was found

The remaining group company, Hokkaido Air System Co., had an eight-hour ban, but it has thus expanded to 24 hours.

Japan's airline industry has JAL and the nation's other main carrier, All Nippon Airways Co.


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