The Civil Aviation Agency has established a system for alcohol testing performed on flight and cabin crew members of national and foreign air carriers.
The breath alcohol concentration (BrAC), measured during the alcohol test, should not exceed a level equivalent to 0.2 grams of blood alcohol concentration (BAC) per litre of blood.
When the crew member is tested positive he/she will be:
- Removed from duty
- subjected to procedure in accordance with the rules
- Reported to competent aviation authorities
- Licensing authority
- State of operator
Any refusal or lack of cooperation during an alcohol test will be regarded as a positive case.
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