An EasyJet captain and his co-pilot have been dangling amid reports they filmed Snapchat videos during a flight.
The captain, named by The Sun as Michel Castellucci, uploaded clips of his co-worker interacting with charcterised characters generated by a messaging app.
Footage appears to uncover a span inside a cockpit subsequent to a computer-generated lady and a dancing owl.
Passenger reserve was not compromised during any point, a airline said.
The BBC has not been means to strech Mr Castellucci for comment, who appears to have deleted his amicable media accounts given reports about a Snapchat posts emerged.
According to a paper, he filmed a videos “at 30,000ft” during a moody from Paris to Madrid.
It pronounced it had been contacted by passengers who had branded a attempt “dangerous” and “irresponsible”.
A mouthpiece for Luton-based EasyJet pronounced it happened when a aircraft was not carrying out any stratagem and a moody operated safely.
She said: “Whilst during no indicate was a reserve of a passengers compromised, this falls good brief of a high standards EasyJet expects of a pilots.
“It is not excusable and is not deputy of a thousands of rarely veteran pilots who work for a airline.
“We take this emanate severely and, as such, a pilots have been dangling (in line with the procedures) tentative a disciplinary investigation.”