U.S. Lawmakers Propose No-Fly List For Unruly Passengers

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WASHINGTON—Lawmakers in the U.S. House and Senate have introduced a bill that would create a federal no-fly list for airline passengers who assault flight attendants and crewmembers. The Protection from Abusive Passengers Act is the latest effort to curb the recent rise in violent confrontations...
Ben Goldstein

Based in Boston, Ben covers advanced air mobility and is managing editor of Aviation Week Network’s AAM Report.

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