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  • More people are behaving badly on planes
  • More people are behaving badly on planes
    Leo Hidalgo (2014) ©
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More people are behaving badly on planes

Have you ever picked a fight with an air hostess? The International Air Transport Association has reported that the number of unruly flight passengers rose by 17% in 2015, with alcohol or drug intoxication at the root of nearly a quarter of reported incidents.

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