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Twelve flights operated by Japan Airlines Co. were delayed over the past 15 months because pilots failed to pass preflight alcohol tests, company officials said Thursday.

There were also seven other cases during the period dating back to August 2017 during which pilots exceeded the alcohol limit set by the company but did not cause flight delays, they said.

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