FAA Imposes Stricter Penalties Against Unruly Passengers
WASHINGTON—Airline passengers who disrupt flights in the U.S. face fines of up to $35,000 and possible imprisonment under an amended order announced by the U.S. FAA. Issued on Jan. 13 and effective through March 30, the order change signed by FAA administrator Steve Dickson responds to recent...
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