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Is the problem of air rage getting worse?

With the hectic nature of travel, air rage is becoming a more common occurrence. But how are airline staff trained to react when events in the air get out of control? And just who is left to pick up the pieces when the flight has landed?

Fiona Foster finds out why people act differently at 30,000 ft and what can be done to safeguard other passengers.


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