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Bad Behavior Inflight is Increasing, Free Elite Status & More

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Highlights & headlines from around the web:

The majority of incidents noted by the IATA involved verbal abuse and failure to follow lawful crew instructions. (Exhibit A: The United flight that turned around after a passenger refused to follow crew instructions and had a “yoga breakdown.”)

The article hints the problems might be cramped quarters and/or alcohol consumption. I wonder if it’s just more people are flying than ever before, thus increasing the odds of someone acting up.

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