(FOX NEWS) — One airline is taking a proactive approach to preventing any in-flight shenanigans.
During pre-flight emergency briefings on Southwest Airlines, passengers will be specifically reminded to let flight attendants know about any “unwelcome behavior.”
A member of Southwest’s Communications Team telling Fox News it’s message will be, “We are here for your comfort and safety. Please report any unwelcome behavior to a flight attendant.’”
Southwest says the change reflects its commitment to ensuring a safe environment for its customers and employees.
Travel Pulse reports Southwest flight attendants have several options for dealing with these sorts of situations.
Responses include re-seating a passenger away from where the unwelcome behavior took place requesting the offending passenger stop the behavior notifying the captain and even seeking law enforcement assistance upon landing in certain circumstances.
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