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Domestic airlines unite to combat air rage incidents

By WANG WEN (China Daily) Updated: 2016-02-03 03:40

The five airlines and their subsidiaries handle more than 80 percent of China's air traffic.

The decision to introduce the blacklist comes after the China Air Transport Association adopted a new management policy to record uncivilized behavior by air passengers. The measure took effect on Monday.

The association has defined 10 categories of uncivilized behavior by passengers.

Zhang Wu'an, spokesman for Spring Airlines, China's largest low-cost carrier, said, "It will be more effective when the whole industry says no to air rage."

Spring Airlines introduced its own blacklist in 2007 and refused to provide service to some passengers who behaved extremely badly, Zhang said.

After the blacklist was adopted, air rage cases dropped, Zhang added.

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