RIGA - After the humiliating setback for the Latvian state owned airline AirBaltic on Aug. 8 — when a flight from Norway to Greece was delayed for hours due to four of its crew members arriving drunk to work — a Norwegian court has dished out jail sentences.
According to Germany’s international broadcaster Deutsche Welle, two stewardesses, the pilot, and the co-pilot had been arrested following an anonymous tip-off by an employee at the hotel where the crew were staying. The informant had spotted them drinking the night before the flight.
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