The Justice Office directed U.S. lawyers Wednesday to prioritize prosecutions of business plane passengers who “endanger the safety” of other travellers, flight crews and flight attendants.

Amid Thanksgiving holiday travel, the DOJ produced a statement reminding Individuals that federal legislation prohibits “assaults, intimidation and threats of violence that interfere with flight crews and flight attendants.”

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“Travellers who assault, intimidate or threaten violence from flight crews and flight attendants do much more than harm those people personnel they prevent the efficiency of significant obligations that help assure safe air vacation,” explained Attorney Normal Garland. “Similarly, when passengers dedicate violent acts towards other passengers in the close confines of a professional plane, the conduct endangers all people aboard.”

Tampa, Florida, skyline with warm sunset gentle with a business passenger jet airliner airplane arriving or departing the International Airport.

The DOJ assertion also touted the results of an information-sharing protocol amongst the Federal Aviation Administration and the Justice Office that “aids ensure the section is notified about prison perform” on business flights.

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A Southwest Airlines flight lands at General Mitchell Global Airport Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021, in Milwaukee. (AP Photograph/Morry Gash) (AP Newsroom)

In accordance to DOJ, the protocol “has previously resulted in the referral of dozens of incidents by the FAA to the FBI for investigation.”

Garland mentioned DOJ stands completely ready to use its “means to do its section to prevent violence, intimidation, threats of violence and other felony conduct” that endangers individuals on business flights.