JerseyTim: Yes, but how was the Abercrombie and Fitch pilot?
Ed Finnerty: Hard to tell. His cologne was overpowering.
Fear_and_Loathing: It used to be 8 hours bottle to throttle. Now the FAA has some pretty stiff regs.
Fear_and_Loathing: It used to be 8 hours bottle to throttle.
Eddie Adams from Torrance: It's an entirely different kind of flying altogether.
Apos: What an inebriated airline pilot might look like:[media.npr.org image 850x637]
NowhereMon: I thought there were some specific time limits between drinking and boarding the plane as well, 8 hours or 12 hours, rather than a allowable limit?
LaraAmber: My brain went somewhere very dirty with that whole post. Thank you.
DoctorOfLove: .04 to avoid false positives. You aren't allowed to actually drink any booze before flying.
lewismarktwo: Apos: What an inebriated airline pilot might look like:[media.npr.org image 850x637]That movie was pretty good.
Hebjamn: Simplified Regulation :91.17 (a) No flying :(1) within 8 hours of drinking(2) while under the influence(3) - drug related -(4) with a BAC > .04My understanding is that there's an implied 'Or' between 1, 2, 3 and 4.It's hard to understand how you could have a BAC of .04 and not be under the influence.
Evil Mackerel: Apos: What an inebriated airline pilot might look like:[media.npr.org image 850x637]If that's what it takes to fly a commercial airliner upside down without stalling, more power to him.
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