Yet another reason Your Survival Guy counts on Andrew Flaxman and his team at ExpertJet to get me to where I need to be. In The Wall Street Journal, Alyssa Lukpat explains the rise in violence on flights, writing:
There have been more unruly passengers in the skies since the coronavirus pandemic began, according to FAA data. The agency reported 5,973 unruly passenger episodes in 2021, a record. The number of episodes dropped to 2,455 last year. That amount is still above prepandemic levels.
Flight attendants say that while “air rage” has long been an issue, they have seen a surge in harassment, threats and physical altercations in recent years. They said some passengers became more aggressive because they were frustrated by flight delays and mask mandates.
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