Delta pushes airlines to share no-fly lists names
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Delta Air Lines shared with the Federal Aviation Administration the names of more than 600 passengers it has banned for unruly behavior, and asked other airlines to also share their no-fly lists. “A list of banned customers doesn’t work as well if that customer can fly with another airline,” Atlanta-based Delta wrote in a memo in advance of a Congressional hearing this week on air rage. The airline said sharing of no-fly lists would “further protect airline employees across the industry.” Such a practice could increase the ramifications of bad behavior on planes. Currently, a passenger cited f...