Dutch court fined Milan resident Thomas Salme €2,000 ($2,700) for piloting commercial passenger jets in European countries "for more than a decade" without a license, the Associated Press reported. Salme was apprehended in the cockpit of a Corendon Airlines 737 shortly before it was to depart from Amsterdam Schiphol for Ankara carrying 101 passengers. AP reported that he once attended a flight school in Sweden but never received certification for passenger aircraft, yet the court said he ...

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