Ryanair pushes for alcohol bans on flights after group’s drunken antics

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A SHOCKING series of mid-air incidents has prompted one of the world’s biggest budget airlines to call for an end to one of our favourite travel pastime.

SAVOUR that cold schooner or glass of plonk while you next wait for your flight — it could be the end of an era for our favourite way to pass time at the airport.

A shocking series of mid-air incidents involving boozed-up passengers has prompted one of the world’s biggest budget airlines to call for a crackdown on alcohol served at airports.Ryanair is pushing for a limit to the number of alcoholic beverages served to passengers at airports, as well as stricter rules around hours of service, Ireland’s RTE reports.Specifically, it wants to see a two-drink limit for passengers and a total ban on alcohol sales before 10am.

The Irish carrier hopes the move will reduce the number of intoxicated passengers boarding planes.

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