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According to The Associated Press, United Airlines, Alaska Airlines and American Airlines will implement all the rules from Saturday, January 23.
According to the US AP, it will take additional measures to ban alcohol service in flights from Washington to and from DC from Thursday, while many carriers will exclude their employees from staying in the city of Washington.
Safety and security measures around Inauguration Day have been scrapped since the deadly riots in the Capitol last week that left many dead.
The Federal Aviation Administration has also announced that it will no longer issue warnings to passengers who assault crew members or passengers, instead citing law enforcement directly.
Sarah Nelson, the influential head of the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA, has called for those accused of participating in the riots to be placed on the federal no-fly list, an FBI official said earlier this week.
There have been at least two incidents since MPs were harassed at airports, with many injuring Sen. Mitt RomneyWillard (Mitt) Mitt Romneymichigan, Ohio Republican Interprets Votes to Impeach Trump House Attacking Trump for the Second Time – With some GOP support McConnell says he is undecided on who to blame Trump Whether to vote for or not (R-Utah) on a flight from Salt Lake City, Utah to Washington. Delta CEO Ed Bastian told AP that the company has identified six people involved in the incident, “and they will never fly Delta again.”
A few days later, St. Lindsay Graham (RS.C) was harassed at Washington’s Reagan National Airport for refusing to join some Republicans in a congressional challenge to President-elect Joe Biden’s victory.
Aviation Security Expert Jeffrey Price of Denver Metropolitan State University said these measures are still very much on the shoulders of flight crews, and further air marshals are needed on Washington-bound flights.
“He said that there have been too many incidents of flight interruption, and flight crews should not expect to deal with them, lest they become violent.”