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Passenger Taken Off Delta Flight In A Stretcher After Drinking Her Own Alcohol On Board

Delta Air Lines employees in Atlanta were forced to make an emergency landing at the Atlanta airport on Monday after a woman drank enough alcohol to get drunk on an earlier flight and continued to drink on her next flight. An Alabama woman has been taken off a Delta Air Lines flight at the Birmingham airport after drinking alcohol on the plane. The woman, reportedly a Delta employee, was flying from Atlanta to Birmingham to work when she was caught drinking alcohol on board. A Delta spokesman confirmed to theRead More


People Have Been Trying To Ban Alcohol On Planes Since The 1950s

That’s right, the US government has been trying to ban drinking alcohol on airplanes since at least the 1950s. In the wake of the “Malaysia Airline” disaster of 1949, the Federal Aviation Agency (FAA) implemented a rule that stated that “no alcoholic beverages may be served on board domestic or foreign air carrier aircraft” as a result of federal law. The FAA has had a complicated relationship with alcohol since the 1960s, and there was a brief ban on the sale of alcohol aboard domestic flights in the mid-1980s inRead More