If you got to take a flight...dont read this..Yep the 3rd drunk piolt to make the news (That I have posted anyway).... Sunday, July 28, 2002 WILMINGTON, N.C. â€” Federal aviation officials were investigating whether a pilot for a Delta regional carrier failed a breathalyzer test Sunday morning before boarding his flight to Atlanta. The 28 passengers aboard Delta ASA Flight 4240 were removed at around 6:40 a.m., nearly a half-hour after its scheduled departure from the Wilmington International Airport, said Airport Director John Rosborough. Rosborough couldn't confirm whether the co-pilot of the twin-engine plane failed the test. But Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Christopher White said his agency was investigating "the alleged violation of an alcohol-related regulation regarding ASA Flight 4240." The pilot was not identified. FAA guidelines say that no crew member can have more than a 0.04 blood alcohol level. Also, no crew member can drink any alcohol within eight hours of duty. The agency can revoke a pilot's license if they determine the alcohol regulations have been violated. Rosborough said the crew member of Flight 4240 was stopped from boarding the plane at around 6 a.m. Sunday by a security officer with the Transportation and Security Agency. The agency holds random alcohol testing of crew members, but it was unclear whether that was the reason the pilot was stopped.