Disruptive Airline Passengers Could Soon Land on the National No-Fly List


Over the past couple of years, there have been viral incidents of violent confrontations on airplanes. Sometimes, passengers find themselves landing in conflict with one another.

Then, there are instances where passengers and airline personnel sometimes quite literally come to physical blows. Several reports have made the news of flight attendants having to receive medical care as a result of assaults from travelers.

Of course, the mask mandate put in place for air travel has also increased disputes on aircraft. At this point, there’s no telling when US air travelers will be able to fly commercial without face coverings.

However, one company is working to put an end to disruptive airline passengers once and for all. Edward Bastian, the Delta Airlines CEO, has penned a letter to the United States Justice Department with a very specific request.

New additions to America’s no-fly list?

In a letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland, Bastian laid out a plan that he believes will curb violent altercations on planes once and for all.