What Airline Attendants Are Trained To Do When Passengers Become Unruly
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Kara Mulder, a flight attendant for eight years, runs the website TheFlightAttendantLife.com. She said a plane's in-flight crew is trained to deescalate situations involving drunken passengers, which are becoming more common. If someone seated near you is out of control, Mulder advises telling the person that you're using the lavatory then alert a flight attendant to the situation. "People don't realize how alcohol will affect them in the sky. It reacts with your body differently," she said.