Cargo pilot denies being drunk

A COMMERCIAL cargo pilot arrested at Spokane International Airport in Washington state (US) has denied being drunk.
Paul Robbin Roessler pleaded not guilty to operating a twin-engine PA-34 under the influence at Spokane District Federal Court on 29 June this year.
The Airpac Airlines pilot was charged on 29 April.
Roessler was released from custody pending his next appearance at the same court on 7 August.
If he is found guilty he could face 15 years in prison.
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