- Air rage
Air rage is the general term for disruptive and/or violent behaviour perpetrated by passengers and crew of
aircraft, typically during flight.
Unlike ground vehicles, airplanes enter altitudes where changes in
air pressurecan help trigger temporary psychologicalchanges, such as enhancing the psychoactiveeffects of chemicals like alcoholwhich is typically served on board. Furthermore, stopping and ejecting the offenders is often not a practical option as landingis an involved process that would seriously inconvenience the flight schedule of the aircraft and the passengers more than the misbehaving person themselves. In addition, unlike large ships, there is insufficient room on board to hold the offender in an isolated area until arrival.However, air rage can have serious implications, especially if the offender decides to interfere with the aircraft's navigation which could cause it to crash.
Unapproved passenger behavior
Some behavior of passengers is not tolerated by airline staff or other passengers. Such behavior might not be approved due to reasons of flight safety or the comfort of staff or passengers. Behavior that is not approved due to reasons of flight safety can be failure to follow safety regulations or behaving in a way that gives suspicion of a threat to flight safety [ [http://jp.dk/arkiv/?id=1298507&eceExpr=sas%20airport&eceArchive=o jp.dk - Arkiv ] ] Behavior that is not approved due to the comfort of staff or passengers [ [http://travel.timesonline.co.uk/tol/life_and_style/travel/your_say/article3552313.ece Ten ways to get kicked off a plane ] ] can be reading pornography, having sex (in the lavatory), loud or drunken behavior, not wearing enough clothes or swearing.
In the news
* [http://en.wikinews.org/wiki/Trans-Atlantic_%27air_rage%27_incident_ends_safely Dec 17, 2007]
* [http://www.airrage.org/ Airrage.org & AviationInsecurity.com]
* [http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/chronicle/archive/2000/07/07/MN99774.DTL Flight Attendants Fight 'Air Rage']
* [http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/3910965.stm 'Reverse Air-Rage' on Russian Jet]
* [http://www.salon.com/travel/diary/hest/1999/09/07/rage/index.html Flying in the age of air rage]
* [http://metro.heritage.com/dtw100202/story3.htm Air rage and 9-11]
* [http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/1092164.stm BA jet plunges in cockpit struggle]
* [http://www.maximonline.com/articles/index.aspx?a_id=3884 Dead On Arrival]
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