Ryanair Calling For Alcohol Restrictions

Ryanair Calling For Alcohol Restrictions
Aisling Roche
Aisling Roche

18 Jun 2018

Ryanair wants to ban the sale of alcohol in airports before 10am.

The airline thinks it would help cut down on the level of drunkenness on board morning flights.

It's after a group of drunken passengers forced an Ibiza bound flight from Dublin to divert to Paris on Saturday.

Chief Marketing Officer for Ryanair Kenny Jacobs wants a two-drink limit per person before all flights saying, "We've called for more restrictive selling of alcohol at airports because all the evidence suggests that's where the problem really occurs, where people are just having too many drinks before they get on board the aircraft."