Both pilots Airbus A319 fell asleep during a night flight with 100 passengers on board. The incident occurred in 2004, but was made public only the day before yesterday during a hearing on safety.
20 minutes before landing at the airport in Denver speed was 2 times more than the recommended, and the height at which was Airbus, too, was too great. Vigilant manager sounded the alarm and wake up calls that could commander Korablin, which in turn raised the co-pilot. The pilots took the plane under control and it landed safely. None of the passengers did not even heard about the events taking place on board.