No More Alcoholic Beverages in Airports
Airports in the UK plan to reduce the sale of alcoholic beverages
Air passenger complaints is to be one note for the management of the airports in the world, especially those who feel a nuisance too often find passengers drunk and making a mess.
This was conveyed by British Aviation Minister, Tariq Ahmad, quoting the sites CNN Indonesia, today, upsetting incident at the airport is so disrupt the smooth operations at the airport.
Indeed, this is also true reciprocity, because on the other side too often disappointed by the passenger security checks and long queues when dealing with parts of the airport immigration.
As stated in an official statement by Tariq Ahmad, quoting the sites Condé Nast Traveler, Monday, November 7th, "The passengers must be responsible for himself and others. It is an attitude that we must remember."
Generally, passengers want to feel comfortable when they travel from one place to another, Tariq Ahmad added that he gave an example of the most frequent complaint of young families who were distracted by drunken passengers.
All the things that happened in this airport area according to results of a survey taken at the event in a tourism exhibition World Travel Market (WTM) London, about 1,000 people are tired of having to deal with passengers who drink too much alcohol.
Many events at the airport, not always pleasant for most of the passengers, 73 percent of them suggested that alcoholic beverages are not offered in the early morning flight.
Parties to the airport worth considering complaints from many passengers, as submitted by the Director of WTM London, Simon Press, as quoted by The Telegraph, "This survey shows many people are concerned with a dispute which should occur during the flight and asked for one of the trigger, the menu alcoholic beverages restricted circulation."
As an illustration of passengers on a flight, they can easily order alcoholic drinks, and a bad experience in the British Airways, when a passenger said roughly on a journey from London to Dubai. Likewise in the airline Ryanair, which lowers its passengers after it screaming hysterically on a flight from Ibiza to Newcastle.
This policy would need to be implemented in a comprehensive manner, so that the restriction of alcoholic beverages also needs to start from the sale of alcoholic beverages in bars, restaurants and duty-free shops at each airport.
No wonder if one day you set foot in one of the airports in the UK, did not find any store that sells alcohol beverages.
Source: E Priherdityo - CNN Indonesia, Condé Nast Traveler, The Telegraph
Image: M Kretyawan