Japan set to crack down on airline pilot alcohol rules
Japan is moving ahead with plans to crack down on excessive drinking by airline pilots. Officials said new rules are needed after recent alcohol-related incidents. Japan allows each airline to set its own alcohol policy, but the transportation minister said it’s time to set national breathalyser standards for all flight crew members.
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