- Japan Airlines announced it will enact stricter measures to monitor its crew members’ alcohol consumption after the carrier’s pilots failed multiple alcohol tests over the past year.
- The Japanese flag carrier will introduce more advanced breathalyzers for its domestic and international crews by Monday, November 19, The Asahi Shimbun reported.
- The decision comes on the heels of an incident involving Japan Airlines pilot Katsutoshi Jitsukawa, who was arrested on October 28 after being almost 10 times over the legal limit for alcohol prior to his flight at London Heathrow airport, according to CNN.
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