Jun 18, 2018

Ryanair calls for restricted airport alcohol sales

Ryanair has called for more restrictions on alcohol sales at airports. The airline proposed a two-drink limit for passengers and a ban on alcohol sales in airports before 10:00. Referring to its own policy on alcohol sales in-flight, Ryanair said very little alcohol was actually sold on board as all of its flights were short haul. "Our cabin crew are fully trained to deal with customers' alcohol sales and intake," added the airline. A Dublin airport spokesman said that while the behaviour of some individuals on Saturday's Ryanair flight was "Clearly unacceptable", the airline's suggested alcohol restrictions were "Draconian".

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