The boss of budget airline has written to the government appealing for help to crack down on badly-behaved passengers.
As summer gets into full swing, the airline is reporting the highest-ever figures of disruptive behaviour on board its flights – with a 20 per cent increase in drunken and abusive incidents compared to last year.
Now – which flies to 38 destinations from Manchester Airport – has banded together with operators including Monarch to demand industry-wide measures to tackle the problem.
Phil Ward, managing director of said, “It’s time to recognise this problem properly. We want official measures in place to stop this. We are a family airline and holiday company carrying millions of passengers every year.

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