LONDON—The co-pilot of an Airbus A319 on approach to land left the flightdeck after experiencing an anxiety attack, the UK’s Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) has revealed. The report, published Sept. 12, said the co-pilot “experienced anxiety, which developed into an anxiety attack” during the approach to Scotland’s Glasgow International Airport Sept. 30, 2018. “He could not continue to operate the aircraft and left the flightdeck,” the ...

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