Monday, October 24, 2005

Cocktails, the new campaign for UAL

Chicago bases United Airlines needs to spend some serious time in time out:

A United Airlines pilot was removed from the cockpit and questioned by police after security screeners at Miami International Airport reported smelling alcohol, police said.

The pilot was not arrested and no breath test was done, but the airline suspended him pending an internal investigation. The Federal Aviation Administration is also investigating.

This might be the worst way to apply for Federal Funds, but then again I'm not a professional in the marketing industry. Is there even a legal charge for flying drunk? Some people I know will tell you that you cannot legally drive drunk but who is there to stop the pilots from flying drunk? Could someone please tell me.


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