FAA Asks Airports to Stop Selling To-Go Alcohol in Order to Limit Unruly Fliers
The federal government is cracking down on the airport to-go cup, blaming it for the crazy wave of out-of-control drunken behavior on planes. During the pandemic, struggling restaurants across the country got a lifeline and were permitted to serve alcoholic drinks to-go, and customers loved it. But airport bars often see passengers ordering jumbo-sized drinks, so they can get drunk before even boarding the plane. Steven Fabian wanted to see how much alcohol he could get to-go at the Newark airport.