Don’t drink and fly.
Words to live by, not just if you’re a pilot, but if you’re a passenger.
Sandra Langer explains why: On a recent trip from Amsterdam to New York, she watched a good number of her fellow passengers get hammered. “Red-faced men blocked the aisles, puked in the bathroom and groped the females — along with a laughing crew,” says Langer, a writer who lives in New York.
That’s right, some crewmembers were also inebriated. The trip made a lasting impression on Langer. “Never again will I take a connecting flight through Amsterdam,” she says.
Stories like hers make you wonder if it’s time to limit, or even stop serving alcohol on flights.
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