Southwest & American Temporarily Stop Alcohol Service Over Passenger Violence

Southwest and American airlines temporarily suspend alcohol service over increased passenger violence.

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- Southwest Airlines is now reversing its plans to resume serving alcohol on flights next month after a rise in passenger violence. The airline, which has a major hub at BWI along with American Airlines, says, while the decision may be disappointing for some, they feel it is the right decision. The FAA has received 2,500 complaints so far this year from airlines about disruptive passengers.