Unruly Passengers

Airlines had–and partly still have – differing degrees of sensitivity on the topic.
This led to conflicting approaches on the management of episodes involving
unruly passengers. Very few carriers had addressed the issue as a critical factor.

Unruly Passengers

Author: Filippo Capuano

Publisher: Filippo Capuano

ISBN: 9925757614

Page: 204

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A survey of IATA found that between 2007 and 2017, approximately 66.000 episodes were reported on board aircraft as a result of sexual violence. These passengers are now labeled in the aviation world as unruly and disruptive. They are more than rude bullies. However, while crews were being trained to handle potentially dangerous security and safety events caused by unruly passengers, customers were not as fully updated on their rights as customers and especially on their duties as passengers. When you’re sharing an armrest at thirty thousand feet with a rude neighbor, reactions may not always be appropriate according to the context.

ABA Journal

... the unruly passengers to settle down or get off the bus, alert the police and
summon their help or, if necessary, eject the unruly passengers. The court also
suggested radio communication between the driver and headquarters or local
police, ...

ABA Journal

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The ABA Journal serves the legal profession. Qualified recipients are lawyers and judges, law students, law librarians and associate members of the American Bar Association.

United States Congressional Serial Set

The operation of large , modern transport aircraft requires the constant and
diligent attention of flight crews . Crew members bave more important tasks than
policing unruly passengers . The pilot in command must assume the
responsibility for ...

United States Congressional Serial Set

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Hearings

Crew members have more important tasks than policing unruly passengers . The
pilot in command must assume the responsibility for the orderly conduct of
passengers . Instances were cited where the pilot was forced to subdue unruly ...

Hearings

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce

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FAA Aviation News

A DOT/FAA Flight Standards Safety Publication. UNRULY Unruly Passenger
Behavior Leaflet 1 BEHAVIOR WILL NOT BE TOLERATED . The traveling public
and crewmembers are entitled to a safe environment when onboard an aircraft .

FAA Aviation News

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Travel Law

[5]—Unruly Passengers The ongoing problems of unruly passengers” and
highjackings” which predates the ... Probably, the most infamous case of an
unruly passenger was Gerard B. Finneran "an investment banker who defecated
on a food ...

Travel Law

Author: Thomas A. Dickerson

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The Science of Railways

There are times when his patience and courage are tried to the utmost by unruly
or vicious passengers , and while he always seeks to avoid a conflict he has no
fear and , if necessary , will attack a mob with a coolness and matter of fact ...

The Science of Railways

Author: Marshall Monroe Kirkman

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Air Line Pilot

Ed Soliday , Disruptive Passengers dustry in addressing the problem of dis said
that in the past United did not ( from page 27 ) ... passenger to deal USAir
passenger , for example , prosecu- tifying during ensuing court proceedwith a
disruptive ...

Air Line Pilot

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Aviation Trends in the New Millennium

2 See ' Unruly Passengers ' , Aviation Security International , 2 ( 2 ) , 1997 , 4 . 3
For more detailed information on this particular issue , see Stephen R . Ginger (
1998 ) , “ Violence in the Skies : The Rights and Liabilities of Air Carriers when ...

Aviation Trends in the New Millennium

Author: Ruwantissa Indranath Ramya Abeyratne

Publisher: Routledge

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Page: 508

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This timely and authoritative book addresses the commercial and liability issues following commercial aviation into and beyond the year 2000. It is of special interest to transport economists.

Transport International

I forget the easiest tasks , including arming my doors for takeoff and giving safety
briefings to passengers on an exit row . ... from 2000 , which brought about key
regulations to protect airline staff from the dangers posed by unruly passengers .

Transport International

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Air and Space Law

General aviation , 259 Geneva Convention , 1948 , 259 Germany , 246 Great
Britain , see United Kingdom Offenses on board aircraft , 268 Ownership and
control , 255 Passengers disruptive - , 268 rights of , 263 Precautionary arrest ,
259 ...

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One Sky for Europe

Unruly passengers “ Unruly ” or “ disruptivepassengers are defined as those
who fail to respect the rules of conduct on board an aircraft or fail to follow the
instructions of crew members , thereby disturbing good order and discipline
during ...

One Sky for Europe

Author: V. Corduant

Publisher: Emile Bruylant

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Page: 222

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The transnational lawyer

However , without specific legislation , disruptive passengers still have avenues
to escape punishment . ... address the issue on an international basis.151 The
ICAO assembled a study group to track the unruly passenger problem over the
past ...

The transnational lawyer

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Aviation and Airport Security

The potential for inadvertent use on regular passengers , of course , also doomed
this idea from the beginning . ... The concept of passenger involvement in the
subduing of unruly passengers was later to have some significant negative ...

Aviation and Airport Security

Author: Kathleen M. Sweet

Publisher: Prentice Hall

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Page: 368

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This book seeks to present not just a historical analysis of the development of airport security, but also to convince the reader of the importance of commercial aviation to the world economy. Legislation enacted since September 11, 2001 is analyzed and the reader is provided with a critical review of the ongoing efforts of the Transportation Security Administration and the Department of Homeland Security. Some of the procedures are praised and others are criticized, leaving the reader the opportunity to make their own decisions as to what will improve security as it relates to their practitioner goals or student development.