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  1. Those who think that the punishment was too hash should imagine what the consequence could be in any of the 16 flights flown by the pilot who had no valid medical certificate and therefore valid licence. We need to read more about the AIB reports on the physiological state of the pilot of Bellview crash in 2005 and the adverse report on the pilot of the Dana crash in 2012 2 weeks before the crash. Thank God for the eagle eyes of the NCAA safety inspectors who detected the safety inadequacies the operator was covering and managing in 16 flights. Those inadequacies could have been the cause of another disaster.

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