Say no to a federal no-fly list
A government-run blacklist of disruptive passengers sounds like the perfect solution to rising air rage — until you consider the consequences
A new federal no-fly list for disruptive passengers sounds like a great idea. If you throw a punch at a flight attendant or storm the flight deck, you shouldn't just be banned from that airline, but from all airlines. For life.
After all, flying is a privilege, not a right.
At least one airline thinks it will work. But is anyone taking the time to think a…
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