NEWS: Jet2 boss says his planes are not nightclubs and people ‘need to behave themselves’

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.