Ryanair has introduced a ban on duty free alcohol on two of its flights, flights that are infamous for being rowdy, jeopardising passenger safety.
The flights are those from Glasgow to Ibiza and Prestwick to Ibiza.
As a result, the airline has banned passengers bringing on board their duty free alcoholic purchases.
If passengers are unwilling to conform to this new ruling then they could be refused to fly.
Instead, passengers are being asked to pack their purchases in suitable baggage which will then, free of charge, be placed in the aircraft hold.
On behalf of Ryanair, a spokesperson has said, “Those who have purchased duty free alcohol will be asked to either place their purchases in their cabin baggage and into the hold at the boarding gate, or leave their purchases behind. The comfort and safety of our customers and crew is our number one priority and we will not tolerate unruly behaviour at any time.”