• As flyers slowly return, airlines are dealing with a surge in unruly passengers

    7 days ago - By Business Insider

    The FAA recently extended a new "zero-tolerance" policy toward unruly behavior.
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    The FAA has received roughly 1,300 reports of unruly passengers since February.
    The agency recently extended a crackdown on disruptive passengers that it instated in January.
    Air travel is still depressed, but the number of unruly and violent incidents is on the rise.
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    The Federal Aviation Administration continues to sound the alarm about a surge in unruly passengers aboard flights, even as the number of people flying remains far below pre-pandemic...
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