Hmm, this seems like a great case-study for an Intro to Justice class. The Civil Aviation Administration of China has revoked the license of the South Korean pilot of Juneyao Airlines flight HO1112, handing him a lifetime flying ban within China. His co-pilot will be suspended for six months. The Korean pilot disobeyed orders from air traffic controllers to yield the runway at Shanghai’s Hongqiao International Airport on August 13th for Qatar Airways flight QR888. The Qatari crew sent a Mayday signal requesting to land first, telling Hongqiao traffic controllers that their plane had ‘five minutes of fuel left’. The Juneyao pilots refused six orders to yield in a span of seven minutes. The pilot has jeopardized Juneyao Airlines’ expansion plans, with recent requests from the airline to set up branch offices and rent or purchase new aircraft being denied by the CAAC. Investigators determined that the Juneyao Airbus A320 had enough fuel for another hour’s worth of flight, while the Qatari Boeing 777-300 had enough fuel for another 48 minutes in the air. Maybe a Beer Summit might do the trick in hashing out grievances for these two fibbing pilots.