Delta wants airlines to work together to keep unruly passengers off their planes.
- The airline has banned more than 1,600 people for unruly behavior since the pandemic began, and is calling on other airlines to share their 'no fly' lists.
- A Delta official said "a list of banned customers doesn't work as well if that customer can fly with another airline".
- The FAA has reported more than 4,300 incidents of unruly behavior by passengers - many of which involve disputes over facemasks.
- Have you witnessed any bad behavior on a plane? How long should these people remain on a 'no fly' list?
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