Date : Oct 20, 2018, 03:58 IST
Sources : timesofindia.indiatimes.com
A senior commander was suspended for allowing a non-pilot to take the co-pilot’s seat during a long domestic flight According to a Directorate General of Civil Aviation official, this violation happened last month on a Beechcraft 350 belonging to Bharat Hotel
NEW DELHI: The aviation regulator has suspended the flying licence of a senior commander for allowing a non-pilot to take the co-pilot’s seat during a long domestic flight on a private luxury aircraft.
The commander reportedly asked the co-pilot, who was supposed to fly with him, to get up from the seat and let an aircraft maintenance engineer be there without even disengaging the controls on that side.