A JetBlue pilot measured a blood alcohol level of more than twice the legal driving limit on a breathalyzer test Wednesday morning (March 2nd) after being taken off a plane in Buffalo, New York. James Clifton was arrested and could potentially face federal charges. The 52-year-old was passing through airport security when a TSA agent noticed he "may have been impaired" and contacted airport police. The police removed him from the cockpit of the plane that was headed to Fort Lauderdale and gave him a breathalyzer. Not only was his 0.17 blood alcohol level more than twice the .08 driving limit, it was more than four times the 0.04 level at which pilots are not considered fit to fly. The Federal Aviation Administration said it's investigating, and JetBlue said it's cooperating with law enforcement and conducting its own internal investigation. The airline also said Clifton had been removed from duty.