The Dutch airline Transavia cheap opened an investigation after one of its drivers was blocked outside the cockpit where his co-driver had fallen asleep in flight, it was learned Wednesday from the Dutch authorities . The incident dates back to September, a Boeing 737 bound for Crete.
The captain from the toilet and finds himself locked out of the cockpit
It was revealed by the Netherlands Bureau for Security (OVV) in a quarterly report published on its website. “After two and a half hours in the air, the captain of the aircraft registered in the Netherlands left the cockpit to use the restroom,” said the OVV. “A little later, he wanted to get back in the cockpit,” said the same source. “He got no response from the first officer when he used the intercom.”
“He found the first officer sleeping”
“When he finally managed to get into the cockpit, he found the first officer asleep,” continued the OVV, indicating that Transavia had opened an investigation into the incident. The OVV said he would decide what steps to take after receiving the report of Transavia, a subsidiary of Air France-KLM.