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I still like the ejecting idea, but they would have to have a special construction that wouldn't depressurize the cabin.

Failing that, sue the crap out of them. Yes. And I think all airlines should band together to get a comprehensive no-fly list. You misbehave on AA, well you're banned from all of them. United, Southwest, JAL, Delta, Emirates...all of them.

That would ruin some peoples' lives as much as tossing them out of the airplane at 30K feet. Imagine having to tell your boss "the airlines have banned me, I cannot go to that customer meeting, nor will I ever be able to for the rest of my life". Plus not being able to fly home to see mom, etc.

That's what the airlines should start doing. Lots of people don't fly, but those who do usually do so pretty regularly. This would be a huge hit to their lives.

1poorguy
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