By Euro Weekly News Media • 30 September 2016 • 8:35
A PROPOSAL has been put forward by political group MÉS per Mallorca, ‘More for Mallorca,’ who are pressuring the UK and Spanish governments to introduce booze-free flights, as well as a blacklist of drunken passengers.
The group insists the initiative is not an attack on British holidaymakers specifically, but on so-called ‘binge tourism’ in general.
Spokesman for More for Mallorca, Antoni Reus, said: “The proposals go hand in hand with measures to clamp down on binge tourism and drunken tourists, irrespective of their nationality, origin and destination.”
The move is inspired by the actions of the airline Ryanair on their Glasgow-Ibiza route, where alcohol was banned after a series of incidents.
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