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Pilots ran into trouble on way to Greenland

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Captain interfering with flight operations, says CADORS report (www.cbc.ca) More...

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preacher1
preacher1 3
Twice in a row; Same captain. Makes you wonder
THRUSTT
THRUSTT 1
He's consistent, Preacherman...
preacher1
preacher1 1
LOL. I'm kinda like Richard above wondering if they filled them; but, the co pilot didn't have any trouble, so I guess he was playing macho and not using them.:)
patsrichs
So they put oxygen bottles on board. Did they fill them? P
Jason80
Jason Bischel 1
Kinda have to agree with the Preacher. Speaking as a Capt. myself, one mishap could be viewed as unfortunate, but the same mishap occuring twice by the same PIC in two different A/C is 100% pilot negligence.

FedExCargoPilot
fly at a lower altitude
DashTrash
DashTrash 1
Burn more gas.....
preacher1
preacher1 1
That would seem to be the thing to do.
DashTrash
DashTrash 1
Wonder if the captain doesn't have some sort of physiological issue.
preacher1
preacher1 1
All kidding aside, there is definitely something there.
jetbud
jetbud 1
Alcohol effects people differently, wouldn't altitude be the same.?
FlyNYC
FlyNYC 1
Sounds like this particular captain is more susceptible to hypoxia than some folks. Time to keep him down low of give him an extra big oxygen bottle!
HunterTS4
Toby Sharp 1
Knock him out Jooooooohn!!!!!
chalet
chalet 1
Shackles on both feet with 1ft. long chain and 40 pound steel balls should do it (LOL!!!). Seriously speaking the captain seems to require a once through physical and psycological for he lacks good judgement.
jkudlick
At least it wasn't jetBlue.
pilot0987
pilot0987 -4
Someone needs to fire that retard.
fowlerp
Peter fowler 0
wonder what they are going to get up to on the next leg.
CaptainArt
Are we now waiting for the 3 shoe to fall. We all should be given a second chance and that pilot had his, unless it was a problem with his oxygen.

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