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Drinking problems? Ryanair wants airports to curb alcohol sales

Ryanair is calling on British airports to curb alcohol sales following sharp increases in the number of incidents involving disruptive passengers.        
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Ryanair is calling on British airports to curb alcohol sales following sharp increases in the number of incidents involving disruptive passengers. The budget airline issued a statement Monday calling for … Click to Continue »

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