Former British Airways pilot admits being over alcohol limit
LONDON (AP) — A former British Airways pilot has admitted being over the legal limit for alcohol while in a commercial airplane cockpit.
Julian Monaghan pleaded guilty to reporting for duty while his blood alcohol count was over the legal limit in Crawley Magistrates’ Court Tuesday.
The 49-year-old had been arrested at Gatwick Airport in January. Officials say his blood alcohol count was more than four times the legal limit for a pilot.
He is no longer working as a pilot. He is scheduled to be sentenced later in June.