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POLL: Should there be an increase on restrictions of the sale of alcohol in airports?

9 September 2016  •  Author: International Airport Review

Following an excellent article by Tim Colehan, Assistant Director, Member and External Relations, IATA, we want to hear from you on the issue of airports and alcohol regulation.

One response to “POLL: Should there be an increase on restrictions of the sale of alcohol in airports?”

  1. Irwin says:

    I share Colehan’s views but surely there is a place for the line to be drawn, rather than leave the sale and service of alcohol to the discretion of the aviation industry. Perhaps IATA can work with law enforcement agencies and ACI on imposing an alcohol limit such as those used for drunk driving, to prevent the further sale / service of alcohol to any passenger pre-embarkation. As to who should enforce this rule, and how it can be enforced, this question can best be resolved at the individual airport-airline levels.

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