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Aviation violence cracked down in all countries; Great Brita

Author: admin Time:2015-04-27 Source:MTBJZJ
Abstract:Aviation violence cracked down in foreign flights Canada fears no privilege; Great Britain makes standard legislation; Russia builds a blacklist; and Japan allows binding with adhesive tape A plane, two drunken men, six-hour flight, two hun

Aviation violence cracked down in foreign flights
  Canada fears no privilege; Great Britain makes standard legislation; Russia builds a blacklist; and Japan allows binding with adhesive tape

  A plane, two drunken men, six-hour flight, two hundred people made a return voyage. The event of passenger fight happened in Swiss Airline LX196 attracted people’s attention to aviation violence again.

  Due to the special nature of flight safety, all countries have attached great importance to aviation violence. After surveying laws and regulations on aviation violence and flight safety made in different countries, the reporter found that out of consideration for aviation safety and legitimate rights and interests of crew members, all countries and all airlines are all hard on aviation perpetrators.

  Many countries have specialized laws to restrain behavior of personnel on the aircrafts. Perpetrators on airplanes would often be arrested; those who threat flight safety are more likely to jail. Japanese practice is even more “radical”. In Japan, flights have the right to refuse drunk passengers and bacchanalians. If any passengers assault or harass flight attendants, adhesive tape is allowed to use to “control” them temporarily.

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  Flight safety enhanced in Europe and the United States after September 11 attacks

  Foreign aviation safety regulations and management are very severe and laws and regulations made after September 11 attacks are even more stringent, said Li Hao when receiving interview from Legal Evening News, professor from the Law School of Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
He said, such conflicts are all seen as a threat to aviation safety abroad.
In addition to aviation safety regulations, international law, aviation law, and administrative penalties can all be used to manage such a conflict in foreign countries. Administrative detention can also be implemented in certain cases.
  The fact that airlines restrict specific personnel to take a flight is an “international practice”, according to the Security Manual for Safeguarding Civil Aviation Against Acts of Unlawful Interference issued by the ICAO.

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