FAA advises zero tolerances for dangerous travelers

Crew and passenger safety. photo VD: Maria T. Morales.

Maria T. Morales

The Federal Aviation Administration (FEW, for its acronym in English) It warned that it will not tolerate dangerous behavior that interferes with aviation safety.

Recently, four travelers were sanctioned with fines ranging from 7 thousand 500 a 15 thousand dollars for dangerous behavior during the flight, disobeying cabin crew instructions and various federal regulations.

The FAA announced fines between $7 thousand 500 Y $15.000 for travelers, whose behavior on board interferes with safety.
photo VD: Maria T. Morales.

Travelers are subject to civil penalties,  Criminal fines and even imprisonment warned the FAA.Only so far this year, the FAA has recorded at least 3 thousand incidents, the majority related to the refusal to comply with biosafety rules due to COVID-19.

Remember to check the list of prohibited products

By the way, unused COVID-19 test kits, they do not pose any danger, therefore you can carry them in hand luggage or in checked luggage according to the Air Transport Administration (TSA for its acronym in English).

Likewise, can carry in hand luggage, a container of hand sanitizer up to 12 ounces, Per passenger; all other liquids, gels and aerosols transported to a checkpoint remain limited to 3.4 ounces.

For more information on prohibited and permitted products visit the website www.faa.gov/PackSafe.

photo VD. Anayansi Rivas