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Drunk passengers force SAS alcohol rule change

Scandinavian airline SAS has announced new guidelines designed to limit passengers travelling within Europe to three alcoholic drinks per flight, following problems with drunk passengers last summer, The Local reports.

The airline revealed on Tuesday that intoxicated passengers had caused problems for cabin crew staff on routes to several European destinations in 2014 and that the company had therefore decided to introduce new guidelines to help limit the number of beers, spirits and wines consumed on its flights across the continent.

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