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Can You Drink During the Flight?

For a lot of people, drinking at the airport or on the plane is the official beginning of vacations. For a few drinking might help to reduce the airport stresses or soothe the nerves, but many of us seem to be concerned about if we should drink at the airport and how to manage it during the flight.

According to a recent survey, the 50% of the passengers arrested due to their disruptive behaviour at the airport or during the flight were drunk.

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Smart Travel Deals is sharing the guidelines for using alcohol both at the airport and during the flight.

There are no described limits on how much you can drink on the flight, but cabin crew can refuse to serve alcohol to a specific passenger if they feel that he has over-drunk

You are not allowed to drink your own alcohol while being on the plane

If you reach the plane over drunk, cabin crew can refuse to let you board if they feel that you might be a risk to the safety of aircraft, crew or other passengers

Alcohol affects your body quickly during the flight as the cabin air pressure thins the blood and reduces the body’s ability to absorb oxygen.

Drink less than half of the quantity you usually drink in the land and drink plenty of water to stay hydrated during the flight.

Airlines are considering to clamp down on alcohol by restricting the passengers buying booze ahead of 8:00 on the plane. Some airlines are also limiting the maximum quantity of alcohol that can be served to a single passenger. A few British airports are even considering totally banning alcohol in their vicinity.

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  Posted by Sam Grayson on Tue, Aug 27, 2019

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