london - Ryanair wants British airports to put an end to the sale of alcohol. Europe's largest airline wants no alcohol to be donated before 10:00, and Ryanair wants to donate up to two beers per passenger.
That writes The Guardian. The airline's call is a response to the huge increase in alcohol-related arrests at airports. The number of arrests of drunk passengers in Britain has increased by 50 percent last year, to 387.
Alcohol bans already apply to flights to Ibiza.