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Biden’s FAA Doubling Down on ‘Unruly Passengers’ on Flights

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is doubling down after it issued a “no tolerance” rule in January targeting “unruly” airline passengers, a phenomenon associated with the strict coronavirus regulations for fliers, including continually wearing a mask while at airports and on planes.

An officer from the Airport District Police of Miami International Airport removes passenger Dontavious Jackson (2nd R) from a United Airlines flight in Miami, on March 17, 2021, after Jackson was accused of wrongdoing by another passenger. - Jackson was later let go based on various eye witness statements from …