The Canadian Press

2016-05-02 | Air Rage Study

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New research suggests inequality between seat classes could be the main cause of air rage. After looking at data from more than a million flights, University of Toronto business professor Katy DeCelles (duh-SELLS) says flights with both first class and economy seats were four times more likely to experience serious disruptive behaviour from a passenger. (DeCelles says filing economy passengers through first class to get to their seats makes the problem even worse, especially for those passengers in the roomy, comfy cabin.)

Date: 2016-05-02
Placeline: STANFORD, California.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 17 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << is pretty strong evidence that there is a strong correlation there even accounting for other things that people like to talk about likes like the way the length of the flight in the size of a flight to side with the cabin so I can just eat and how much legroom in a pretty good job of other kinds of those other things >>


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