Monday, August 22, 2016

Director General Of Civil Aviation Had Suspended The Licence Of The Alcohol Test Failed Pilot

The director general of civil aviation has today (22) suspended the license of Sri Lankan Air Lines pilot who had failed the Alcohol Test(Breathalyzer) at the Frankfurt Air Port in Germany.
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The pilot who is the captain of the Sri Lankan flight UL-554 which delayed 15 hours to take off on Friday at Frankfurt Air Port due to his absence was earlier suspended from the service by the Sri Lankan Air Lines Authorities.

Due to the long delay of the flight Sri Lankan Air Lines had provided food and accommodation for the 259 local and foreign passengers who were standard .The Air Lines is due to compensate the flight's passengers according to the European Unions regulations.

If the Air Lines has made an arrangement to compensate the passengers as per the European Union's regulations one passenger should be paid around 600 euros based on the distance between Frankfurt and Colombo according to sources.

Sri Lankan Air Lines has launched an investigation on the flight delay.


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