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Originally published Wednesday, May 1, 2013 at 11:14 AM

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Clarification: Flying While Intoxicated story

In a story April 30 about a Federal Way pilot who was convicted in federal court of flying while intoxicated, The Associated Press reported the legal blood-alcohol limit is .08 percent. That is the legal limit for operating a motor vehicle. Federal aviation regulations state no person may operate an aircraft with a blood alcohol content of .04 percent or greater

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In a story April 30 about a Federal Way pilot who was convicted in federal court of flying while intoxicated, The Associated Press reported the legal blood-alcohol limit is .08 percent. That is the legal limit for operating a motor vehicle. Federal aviation regulations state no person may operate an aircraft with a blood alcohol content of .04 percent or greater

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