Posted by: athomas
A post-election dust-up resulted in an intervention by the Captain. Calm down people. It's not that important!

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Posted by: athomas
Forty-one air ragers were removed from a Brussels Airlines flight. This might be one for the Guinness Books...

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Posted by: athomas
As 9/11 moves more distant in the rear-view mirror, air rage cases are occurring once again with greater ferocity and frequency.

A new IATA report details a significant spike in incidents.

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Posted by: athomas
An-all-too-common occurrence before 9/11, this remains an issue today.

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Posted by: athomas
Across the EU and the USA, rounded-up illegal refugees are often deported on commercial flights. In many cases, these folks travel unrestrained and unaccompanied. There are moments when they flare up.

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This one appears to be a few years old- and was just recently uploaded to the Web.

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I always like when an air rage incident gets caught on tape.

Kudos to the captain here for backing up the flight attendant.

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13 empty mini-bottles were surrounding this guy. When flight crew tried to take his wine away, he lost it...

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As the number of air rage incidents continue to rise around the world, officials in the UK are considering whether to ban sales of alcohol in airports.

The thinking is that this will remove one of the primary "fuels" that is contributing to the increase.

Of course, airports and their high-paying tenants- duty free sellers, restaurants, and bars- would be really hurt by the ban.

A most interesting development in the ongoing air rage saga...

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Posted by: athomas
It's not that hard to plant yourself in a seat.

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