American Airlines: American Airlines is banning liquor from its cabin

American Airlines: American Airlines is banning liquor from its cabin

The last attack came into the limelight just a week ago. A passenger in a Southwest Airlines plane attacked the flight attendant. For passengers, for airline staff at the hospital, the flight ended with a pre-test detention trip. There were injuries on his face and two teeth were broken.

This is not a lonely case by any means. According to cnn There have been more than 2500 incidents of abusive behavior or verbal attacks by travelers since the beginning of the year. Alcohol is often included. In response, deport with American Airlines And Southwest Airlines two airlines carry alcoholic beverages from most of their cabins.

“We have seen some disturbing situations in the past week,” CNN quoted a spokesperson for American Airlines as saying. Such scenes will not be tolerated.

American Airlines, in particular, stopped serving alcohol shortly before in the context of Kovid regulations. Actually, it should resume on June 1, but this date was canceled due to the latest incident. However, first class and business class passengers are exempted from prohibition. Southwest suspended service indefinitely following the flight attendant’s attack.

First abusive, then beaten

Other major airlines in the United States such as Delta or United continue to offer alcoholic beverages to their guests.

In the event last weekend, the passenger ignored the cabin crew’s requests to elevate and straighten the backrest. After landing in San Diego He first cursed a flight attendant and then slapped her in the face. Now the woman is being accused of assault. He is out of flights with Southwest for life.

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