The International Transport Workers Federation was scheduled to conduct its Zero Air Rage Campaign July 3-7, to compel lobbying governments worldwide to pass laws aimed at prosecuting passengers that commit acts of air rage during flights that land within their borders. The ITF, whose affiliate unions represent flight attendants and ground workers, is concerned that incidents of air rage will increase and possibly lead to an accident. Plans called for special events to be held in the U.S., ...
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