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No Charge For Pilot Arrested at Newquay Airport
10:19am 5th December 2014
(Updated 10:19am 5th December 2014)
A pilot arrested on suspicion of being over the limit at Newquay airport won't be charged.
Police say there will be no further action against the 48 year old from Crediton.
He is still being investigated by Flybe.
Passengers faced delays of five hours after he was taken away just before take off.
It happened back in October.10:19am 5th December 2014
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