Canadian North pilot suspected of drinking
Tuesday June 5th 2012 - cbc.ca
A flight operated by Canadian North was grounded last week after the pilot was suspected of having been drinking.
According to Transport Canada, a security officer at Iqaluit airport told the airline that a crew member on a flight to Qikiqtarjuaq smelled of alcohol.
In turn, the airline contacted the RCMP who met the plane on its arrival. The pilot was taken to the local detachment for questioning. Canadian North said it would issue a statement shortly.
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