Russia’s state Duma has amended its air code to allow carriers to compile a passenger “black list.” The amendment permits airlines to refuse to sell a ticket to passengers who have violated onboard rules during the previous five years, jeopardizing flight safety. The carriers also have the right to compile and publish the unruly passenger lists. The measure was introduced due to the growing number of drunk passengers who threaten cabin crews and other passengers. IATA and ...

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