The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said it would tighten the imposition of sanctions against disrespectful passengers due to multiple political threats at airports and on planes in recent weeks.
The agency said it has seen an incredible increase in incidents where airline passengers disrupt flights by threatening or violent behavior.
“These incidents are caused by the passenger’s refusal to wear masks and from the recent violence at the US Capitol,” the FAA added, in an order from Administrator Stephen Dickson that no warnings would be issued. With passengers who act inappropriately
Instead, Dickson said, focusing on fines of up to $ 35,000 and imprisonment for passengers verbally harming or intimidating the airline crew or other travelers.
“First strike and you leave. We applaud FAA Administrator Dickson for his clear stance on our safety and security, ”Sara Nelson, head of the largest flight attendant union, said in a statement to the AP. Which complies with aviation safety rules “
In recent weeks, there have been several videos showing the fierce confrontation between U.S. lawmakers and angry supporters. President TrumpDonald TrumpCotton: The Senate lacks power in the impeachment hearing when Trump retires.Marjorie Taylor Greene said she would recommend an impeachment article against Biden ICE acting director resigning several weeks after it was assumed that the post was more. Before or during your flight in Washington, DC
“Why don’t you support President Trump?” One woman asked Sen. Mitt RomneyWillard (Mitt) Mitt Romney, a Michigan Republican, described the vote to impeach Trump for a second time against Trump with GOP support.McConnell said he was still unsure whether to vote for the punishment. Trump or not (R-Utah) during an encounter at the airport in Salt Lake last week. “You’re a joke,” said another passenger, CNBC reported Thursday, that Delta had banned passengers in connection with Romney’s confrontation.
agent Lou CorreaJose (Lou) Luis Correa, A Crime Should Not Have: A marijuana man arrested, charged with threatening to harm Muslims in Germany, gloves fall out as Democrats fight for more California seats. (D-Calif.) Was also lauded at the Dulles International Airport near Washington, D.C. late last week, with more than a dozen Trump supporters screaming at him and telling him: “Nobody voted for you.”
Thousands of Trump supporters traveled to Washington, D.C. last week to rally “Stop the Steal” and marching in government agencies, which eventually escalated into a widespread riot that led Many people died
The scene of uncooperative travelers refusing to comply with mask regulations or social exclusion measures meant to slow down the spread of the coronavirus in the summer.
Earlier this week, a video of a man crying and screaming after being taken from a flight for allegedly refusing to cover his nose and mouth went viral.
The new FAA policy will be in effect until March 30.