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US air safety chief calls for curb on airport alcohol sales

US Federal Aviation Administration chief Steve Dickson has called on airports to help curb alcohol-fuelled incidents on aircraft by clamping down on sales of takeaway drinks.

He also took a swipe at local police for often failing to launch criminal prosecutions against people who disrupt flights.

As the number of travelers has increased, Dickson said in a letter to airport leaders, so had the number of unruly and unsafe incidents on planes and airports.

READ: Air New Zealand predicts deeper loss due to Aussie COVID lockdowns.

Previously released FAA figures revealed there were almost 3300 reports of disruptive behavior on US flights between read more ⇒

Source:: AirlineRatings.Com

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