Dutch Carriers Urge Wider Bans On Unruly Passengers

KLM and Transavia
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KLM and its LCC subsidiary Transavia have urged international harmonization to ensure that unruly passengers removed from one airline’s flights should not be able to circumvent the ban by flying on another carrier. The two Dutch airlines said Oct. 3 that they had started to share data on passengers...
Alan Dron

Based in London, Alan is Europe & Middle East correspondent at Air Transport World.

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