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Vaping pilot linked to Air China plane’s sudden plunge

The Age Friday, 13 July 2018 ()
Vaping pilot linked to Air China plane’s sudden plungeChinese airlines have a good safety record in general, but passengers have, on occasion, accused pilots of smoking during flights.
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News video: A Plane Plunged 20,000 Feet Because Its Co-pilot Was Allegedly Vaping in the Cockpit

▶ A Plane Plunged 20,000 Feet Because Its Co-pilot Was Allegedly Vaping in the Cockpit 01:13

An Air China flight from Hong Kong to the mainland city of Dalian made an emergency descent after the plane lost significant oxygen and cabin pressure due to a pilot error—but not the kind you think.

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