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A Cathay Pacific pilot has been dismissed for making a low-level airfield fly-by in January that the airline says was unauthorized.
On Jan. 30, Ian Wilkinson, 55, who is the airline’s chief pilot, was dispatched to Seattle to collect one of the airline’s new flagship planes and bring it to Hong Kong, with dozens of crew members and special guests aboard to celebrate the voyage.
But once he cleared the runway in the new long-range Boeing 777-300 ER, he banked after takeoff, made a return approach to the airstrip, came in very low and climbed away again.
Originally posted by ShatteredSkies
Westpoint, I'm surprised you thought it was a MiG!