UN prepares international air rage legislation

The UN's Civil Aviation Agency is preparing laws to deal with air rage, that could develop into an international treaty.

The UN's Civil Aviation Agency is preparing laws to deal with air rage, that could develop into an international treaty.

The proposed legislation is expected to be presented to members of the International Civil Aviation Organisation next month.

The ICAO study group has compiled a list of passenger offences that could threaten the safety of an aircraft.

The group has also drawn up draft legislation on how authorities should deal with unruly passengers.

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