The ‘Travel Safe’ advice, which is aligned with UK government guidelines and supported by the Aviation Minister, should be used across UK airports.
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For the second summer in a row, those travelling from the UK’s airports are warned of the cost of disruptive behaviour with the 'One Too Many' campaign.
The aviation industry has praised new initiatives that highlight the effects of disruptive passenger behaviour airside and on board.
Following the 'One Too Many' campaign, individual airports reported a reduction in number of disruptive passenger incidents despite growth in passenger numbers.
A drunk passenger on Aeroflot flight to Moscow attempted to divert the plane to Afghanistan, but how does this happen in an age of such tight security measures?
As the holiday rush of jet-setting passengers begins, travellers are reminded of the challenge of disruptive passengers as One Too Many campaign gets ready for Christmas.
The ‘One Too Many’ campaign is the first-of-its-kind to bring the main Aviation Industry partners together to raise awareness of the need to fly responsibly