According to the Civil Aviation Authority, statistics show that air rage incidents have quadrupled in the last three years. The CAA says there were 386 dangerous incidents reported on flights last year compared to only 85 in 2013. Incidents classed as “dangerous” include people trying to open doors during flight and fights among passengers. Airline staff say this is due to excessive drinking at the airport. The worst flights are those to popular stag and hen (doe) party destinations just short flights away.
Some airlines have banned the sale of alcohol on flights before 8 am, and warn travellers that the effects of alcohol on board are multiplied.
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