An airBaltic crew have appeared in a Norwegian court charged with attempting to operate an aircraft under the influence of alcohol.
The co-pilot admitted drinking two bottles of whiskey, after he was found with a blood level more than seven times the legal limit.
Norwegian police say the plane was scheduled to depart Oslo Airport for Greece when they got a tip-off.
"Several crew members sat together and consumed large amounts of alcohol a short while after taking a flight with 109 passengers," a spokesperson said. "They have admitted to this and agreed with us on the severity of the case."
Two flight attendants were also convicted.