FAA Says Progress In Bad Passenger Conduct Needs To Continue

Credit: Rob Finlayson

The FAA is citing some headway in unruly passenger incidents since implementing its zero-tolerance policy, but much work remains to be done to combat the rise in defiant passenger behavior. FAA introduced the policy in January, and instead of using warnings, counseling and civil penalties to address...

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