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After a string of incidents leading up to and after the riot at the Capitol, the FAA is implementing a strict policy against disruptive behavior on airplanes. According to the new policy, passengers violating the order will face steep fines and possible jail time.After a string of incidents leading up to and after the riot at the Capitol, the FAA is implementing a strict policy against disruptive behavior on airplanes. According to the new policy, passengers violating the order will face steep fines and possible jail time.

Airline passengers who disrupt flights "with threatening or violent behavior" won't get warnings anymore, the FAA says. It plans to launch legal enforcement actions, with fines of up to to $35,000 and jail terms.Airline passengers who disrupt flights "with threatening or violent behavior" won't get warnings anymore, the FAA says. It plans to launch legal enforcement actions, with fines of up to to $35,000 and jail terms.

FAA announces crackdown on unruly airline passengers - Los Angeles Times

U.S. Federal Aviation Administration chief Steve Dickson signed an order on Wednesday directing the agency to take a "zero tolerance policy" after supporters of U.S. President Donald Trump were disruptive on some recent flights.U.S. Federal Aviation Administration chief Steve Dickson signed an order on Wednesday directing the agency to take a "zero tolerance policy" after supporters of U.S. President Donald Trump were disruptive on some recent flights.

Exclusive: U.S. FAA chief orders 'zero tolerance' for disruptive airline passengers, possibly jail | Reuters

The Federal Aviation Administration said Wednesday it would take a tougher stance against unruly and violent passengers on U.S. flights.Unruly passengers have been put on notice. The Federal Aviation Administration said Wednesday it would take a tougher stance against unruly and violent passengers on U.S. flights. The agency said it was making the move following “a disturbing increase in incidents where airline passengers have disrupted flights with threatening or violent behavior.” Want more airline-specific …

FAA is cracking down on violent, unruly passengers

FAA is cracking down on violent, unruly passengers

Problems on US aircraft have prompted the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to take a zero-tolerance approach to unruly passengers with a fine of up to $US35,000 and possible jail time. The FAA on Wednesday signed an order introducing a stricter policy against unruly airline passengers that will remain in effect until March 30 “in the […]

Unruly passengers face $US35,000 fine, jail in FAA crackdown - Airline Ratings

The Federal Aviation Administration signed an order Wednesday saying that they will take strong action against any airplane passenger who disrupts or threatens the safety of a flight. There will be no warnings, the statement also said. "Flying is the safest mode of transportation and I signed this o...The Federal Aviation Administration signed an order Wednesday saying that they will take strong action against any airplane passenger who disrupts or threatens the safety of a flight. There will be no warnings, the statement also said. "Flying is the safest mode of transportation and I signed this o...

'No warnings': FAA says passengers who disrupt or threaten flight will be fined $35,000 and possibly jailed - Raw Story - Celebrating 16 Years of Independent Journalism

Penalties can include fines up to US$35,000 and jail terms.Penalties can include fines up to US$35,000 and jail terms.