Posted by: athomas
Posted by: athomas
Posted by: athomas
The term "air rage" has been around at least since the 90's.

A lot of the early momentum for the increased usage of the term came from the Brits, who are famous for their in-flight debauchery to cheap travel destinations such as a Spain and Greece.

As we enter the summer months once again, the Brits are reminding us how lousy they are when it comes to handling their booze.

Here are just a couple of recent incidents:

A hammered British woman bites an airport officer in Majorca

A pissed Brit attacks a pilot on a Greek flight

Posted by: athomas
What did mom always say?

"Keep your hands to yourselves!"

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As we saw with the recent Mike Tyson incident, don't start something you can't finish.

This guy encouraged a former NFL player to kick his a**. He obliged.

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"Insiders" deliberately sabotaging flights is a generally rare occurrence, although it has happened in the past.

Also, given the remaining vulnerability of the opened and closed cockpit door, we need to remain vigilant about who has access to the flight controls - and who can get access...

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To build on the trendline of passengers disembarking via the emergency exit, a guy went out and jumped on the wing before hitting the tarmac.

Are people really in that much of a hurry to get into the Terminal?

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This happens every now and then.

Still, it is a cool exit strategy when things aren't going your way...

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If you wanted to create more in-flight chaos as the busy summer season approaches, I can think of nothing better than re-instating the mask mandate on the grounds that some future bureaucratic authority is necessary.

Decisions have real consequences.
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It appears after some pleasantries, Mike Tyson had enough of a fellow passenger who wouldn't STFU...

It didn't end well for the talker.

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