Number 3657
Subject Aviation
Source Washington Monthly
Year 1989
Publication Date
Summary Washington Monthly details how the Department of Transportation requires testing of pilots for illegal drug use, but does not test them for alcohol or prescription sedatives; documents a case in which a pilot was fired for being intoxicated during a flight, yet a court ruled the airline had to reinstate him; reveals the DOT found 8,000 pilots did not report their drunk driving convictions on FAA certification applications, April 1989.
Keywords Nather Morrison DOT
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