Ryanair backs two-drink limit at airports to rein in unruly passenger behavior

Ryanair wants U.K. airport bars to tell passengers they’ve had enough.

The Irish low-cost carrier has called on U.K. airports to enforce a two-drink limit at airports and ban alcohol sales before 10 a.m. after BBC’s Panorama reported a 50% increase in the number of airline passengers arrested at airports for drunken behavior. Ryanair also banned passengers from drinking duty-free alcohol onboard and prohibited travelers flying from Glasgow and Manchester to Alicante and Ibiza from bringing alcohol on board, the U.K. Independent reports. Alcohol-related arrests rose to 387 for the 12 months to February 2017 from 255 a year earlier.

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