A report from the Transportation Safety Board report confirms that a sleepy Air Canada pilot was at fault for causing a sudden dive that caused 16 injuries among passengers and crew on a transatlantic flight from Toronto to Zurich in January last year. The pilot mistakenly believed his aircraft was about to crash into a US military plane forced a sudden dive, the report says. The first officer was napping during a rest period when the captain’s report on their position woke him; at the same time, a US Air Force plane was approaching about 300 yards below, which set

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