American Airlines flight canceled after pilot arrested on suspicion he was drunk

USA Today | February 07, 2019

American Airlines flight canceled after pilot arrested on suspicion he was drunk
An American Airlines flight bound for Philadelphia was canceled after one of the pilots was arrested on suspicion of alcohol intoxication. The airline confirmed to USA TODAY that the incident involved "a member of its crew at Manchester Airport" in England Thursday. The name of the pilot has not released.  The employee was detained and the flight, AA735 to Philadelphia, has been cancelled," a statement from the airline reads. "We have rebooked (passengers) on alternative flights."Greater Manchester Police told the Manchester Evening News that they followed up on reports that a pilot my be under the influence: "Officers attended and a 62-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of performing an aviation function when over the prescribed limit of alcohol.

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A great deal was written in the immediate aftermath of the June 2016 referendum as to the potential impact of Brexit on aerospace interests in the UK and how the future regulatory landscape might look. Much of the literature was inevitably speculative and drew upon existing models from other countries’ trading relationships with the EU as a guide to the UK’s possible post-Brexit arrangements