|Above, the Economy cabin of a Singapore Airlines Airbus A380. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
Condé Nast Traveler has an interesting article, "Can Airlines Restrict Free Speech?"
The election campaign was over almost a month ago, yet there are some disgruntled people who have the idea that they can spout off aboard an airliner.
The article begins with:
The phenomenon known as air rage is nothing new, but the latest spate of in-flight antics has revealed something new and noxious in the air: political rants. And as airlines crack down, it’s raising the question: How far can these companies go to regulate your behavior—and the content of what you say?
According to the article, the airlines do have a lot of leeway in dealing with disruptions, political or not.
To read more, go here.