Alcohol-Related Air Rage: From Damage Control to Primary Prevention

Abstract

Air rage is the term commonly used to describe a spectrum of disruptive behaviors on the part of airline passengers during flight. Systematic research on the problem barely exists. Based on the information available, we believe air rage is preventable in so far as its causes can be identified. Three important triggers are alcohol consumption, mental… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1021341707993

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