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Six Drunk Passengers Booted From Jet2 Flight

Castle Donington, UK - June 3, 2016: a Boeing 737-330QC (G-CELR) commercial passenger aircraft operated by Jet2 about to land at East Midlands Airport near Nottingham, England. (Photo: iStock)

Jet2 reportedly banned six intoxicated passengers from flying on its planes following their aggressive treatment toward the airline’s staff on a flight from Newcastle to Tenerife Saturday. According to BBC News, “The firm has banned three people for a year and is refusing to fly another three home from the holiday island.” A Jet2 spokeswoman said the group drank alcohol they purchased prior to boarding, otherwise known as “illicit alcohol.”

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