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U.S. FAA wants airlines to do more to address unruly passengers By Reuters


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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on Tuesday urged U.S. passenger airlines “to commit to take more action” to address unruly passengers.

According to the agency, it asked airlines trade organizations at Tuesday’s meeting to inform it within one week about what actions it would take. Faced with record-breaking airline passenger disruptions, the FAA intends to hold similar meetings soon with representatives of labor and airports.

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