A winter storm forces airlines to cancel almost 2,000 flights, and a hot air balloon crash claims 18 lives in Egypt. Plus, the EU sides with delayed passengers on connecting flights, and a Chinese official's air rage gets taped.
Three new incidents of air rage could be indicative of rising levels of frustration among airline passengers.
MONTREAL, Sept 28 (Reuters) - Reports of air rage rose worldwide in 2015, with instances of verbally abusive airline passengers and travelers who refused to listen to cabin crew increasing by almost 17 percent, the international tra...
Incidents of unruly passengers on planes are increasing, and more effective deterrents are needed to tackle the problem, a global airline trade group said Wednesday. There were 10,854 air rage … Click to Continue »