FAA fines air passenger record $52K, files charges for disruption during Hawaii to Washington flight
FAA escalates punishment for disorderly behavior
Travel expert Mark Murphy blames the ‘entirety of the last year’ for passengers’ unruly behavior
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on Friday charged and fined an airplane passenger a record $52,000 for disrupting a flight from Honolulu to Seattle.
A Seattle grand jury indicted Ryan Cajimat, 21, of Hawaii with two federal crimes relating to allegations of his disruptive and violent behavior on a Delta Airlines flight in December of 2020.