It's no secret that there have plenty of airline passengers who could not control themselves over the last two years. Turns out one of the US's most prominent airlines has actually had enough and is looking for a way to put a stop to it.
Delta CEO Ed Bastian has proposed a national "no fly" list for unruly passengers -- people who have trouble acting like human beings during a flight. In a letter written to Attorney General Merrick Garland, Bastian mentioned that Delta alone has around 2,000 people on their own "no fly" list. The idea of a national list being created for this level of disruption from passengers is that domestic carriers could pool their information and keep the skies free of these people.
No comment from Garland or the Justice Department yet.