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Delta urges other airlines to collaborate on a ‘no fly’ list amid rise of unruly passengers

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Delta urges other airlines to collaborate on a ‘no fly’ list amid rise of unruly passengers
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Delta Air Lines (DAL) wants to collaborate with other airlines on a master “no fly” list as reports of unruly passengers on airplanes increase. Delta asked “other airlines to share their ‘no fly’ list to further protect airline employees across the industry — something we know is top of mind for you as well,” Kristen Manion Taylor, Delta’s senior vice president, wrote to flight attendants this week in a memo reported on by CNBC. A singular “no fly” list between major airlines like JetBlue (JBLU) American Airlines (AAL) Southwest (LUV) could help limit the amount of passengers who demonstrate unruly behavior from flights.