Japan Airlines co-pilot detected alcohol in the pre-crew inspection August 13 19:06
On the 10th of this month, the co-pilot of Japan Airlines found that alcohol was detected during the pre-crew inspection, and the crew was changed.
Alcohol was detected by a 54-year-old male co-pilot from Japan Airlines who was scheduled to leave the Kagoshima Airport and head to Haneda Airport after 4 pm this month.
According to national standards, if even a small amount of alcohol is detected, the crew is forbidden. According to the company, a maximum of 0.09 milligrams of alcohol per liter is detected from the copilot's exhalation during the pre-crew inspection. Changed.
The co-pilot responded to the company's interview: “At lunchtime around 2:00 pm on the day of the flight, a glass of sake that was poured into a cup at a hotel in Kagoshima, where I stayed, about 30 to 50 ml. "I accidentally drank water with water."
Japan Airlines said, “I apologize deeply for causing such a situation again. We are working to prevent the recurrence of drinking incidents. I'll comment ".
Detect alcohol from Star Flyer co-pilot
On the 11th, the co-pilot of “Star Flyer”, headquartered in Kitakyushu, Fukuoka Prefecture, found that alcohol was detected during the pre-crew inspection, and the crew was replaced.
Alcohol was detected by a Star Flyer's male co-pilot in his 20s who was scheduled to leave Kitakyushu Airport and travel on an international flight to Taipei around 3:30 pm on the 11th.
According to the company, a maximum of 0.23 milligrams of alcohol per liter was detected from the co-pilot's exhalation during the pre-crew inspection, and the crew was replaced with a delay of 21 minutes.
In response to the company's interview, the co-pilot drinks about 2.8 liters of beer, highballs and wine, including restaurants in Fukuoka City and Kitakyushu City, from 7 pm the day before the crew to 0:30 am on the day. It means that.
The co-pilot said, “I knew I shouldn't drink alcohol 12 hours before the crew, but the amount I drank increased as a result.”
“We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience caused by Star Flyer. We will strive to prevent a recurrence.”
The bereaved family of the Nikko Jumbo plane crash
Just before the crash date of the Nikko Jumbo aircraft that killed 520 people 34 years ago, Mr. Kuniko Mitanijima, secretary general of the “8.12 Liaison Committee” made by the survivors of the accident about the succession of pilot drinking problems “When the day of the accident approached, I thought that the accident would happen, even though I should be reminded of the accident in nature and be aware of safety. I can't believe it because I haven't been able to understand it yet. It is impossible for a pilot who saves the lives of many passengers to drive by drinking alcohol. The responsibility of the company is heavy. "