Posted by: athomas
Posted by: athomas
Posted by: athomas
No one thought leisure air travel would come roaring back as a fast as it did in the U.S.

The system is stressed and will need a couple more months to right the ship.

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Posted by: athomas
Posted by: athomas
In what might be seen as a significant development, lawmakers are finally moving forward to explore if the penalties for committing an air rage offense should dramatically increase.

This is something many of us have been calling for over decades!

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With the spike in air rage cases going vertical, secondary cockpit barriers still arenít required for new aircraft.

And,the Saracini Act, passed into law to retrofit older aircraft, remains a bureaucratic mess.

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Posted by: athomas
Posted by: athomas
Once again, we see that it is alert flight crew and proactive passengers that are the best guarantors of security within the air cabin.

This air rager never seemed to stand a chance.
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Having studied the air rage problem for nearly a quarter of a century, it appears this might be a time that is ripe for a significant spate of new cases.

A dangerous paradox of continued mask mandates in airports and on-board aircraft- while masking in most other places fades awau- seems destined to make this a difficult summer for flight crew and airline staff.