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Thomas Cook pilot wins fatigue tribunal case
December 15, 2016
A UK airline captain has accepted an apology from his employer, which initially sanctioned him for refusing to fly because he said he was fatigued. Captain Mike Simkins was suspended by Thomas Cook Airlines, a UK charter operator, for six months and threatened with dismissal after refusing to fly...
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