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Should alcohol be banned in airports and on flights?

A quick post today because I am heading down to London to finalise preparations for the Travel BlogCamp next month. I would like read your comments on should alcohol be banned at airports and on flights?

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Should alcohol be banned in airports and on flights?

Passenger disruption through alcohol

According to the latest figures provided by the Civil Aviation Authority, nearly a quarter of the 3,529 incidents of passenger disruption were attributed to people who arrived at the aircraft drunk.

Concerns over passenger safety

When so much time and money is put into security and making sure our airports are safe from terrorists, should we be allowing people to drink alcohol in the airport and on the flight when intoxicated passengers cause a huge security risk.

Let me know what you think, should alcohol be banned in airports and on flights.

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