Posted by: athomas
With record numbers of travelers being projected, the TSA appears to be going boldly forth into 2002..

Lines, stress, and air rage will be full tilt.

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Posted by: athomas
For many years, the UK was a global leader in transparency about the scope and magnitude of the air rage problem.

Now, without reason, the government is pulling back and not sharing the data about incidents with the public.

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Posted by: athomas
A female passenger who wanted to do yoga rather than sit down on a flight caused a diversion after she got violent. Not very 'yoga-like'.

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Posted by: athomas
Not an uncommon occurrence - especially when folks are on heightened levels of stress.

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Posted by: athomas
Be sure to get ID before trying to join the "Mile High Club"

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Posted by: athomas
It seems after 15 years, TSA still hasn't quite figured out how to make a security checkpoint work the right way...

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Posted by: athomas
Dude was upset because they wouldn't let him drink or smoke. I guess I can see that...

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Posted by: athomas
Large groups of air rage perpetrators doing bad things is nothing new.

Still, 70 in this case might be one for the record books.

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Posted by: athomas
This notion that "support animals" are indispensable for certain people to function normally is a bit strange to me.

Still, I am no mental health expert. So, I will defer to the professionals that the presence of an animal makes all the emotional difference.

The pervasiveness of "support animals" on commercial flights has risen in recent years. I documented several incidents in my earlier book AIR RAGE: CRISIS IN THE SKIES.

In one of the more memorable occurrences, a 200+ plus lb. potbellied pig- traveling as an emotional support animal- got out of control and broke through the cockpit door.

A few days ago, the presence of turkey on a flight caught some attention...

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Posted by: athomas
This is not easy to do...

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