FAA Refers 37 of the 'Most Egregious' Unruly Passenger Cases to the FBI
DOJ and FAA say they have established an 'information-sharing protocol'
With the rise in airline passengers has come a rise in violence and aggression in the nation's airports and onboard flights.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has been sounding the alarm on the increasing unfriendly skies for almost a year -- warning passengers that they could face hefty fines as much as $37,000 for interfering with a flight crew.
But now, through an established information-sharing protocol with the Department of Justice (DOJ), the FAA says some unruly passengers could face criminal prosecution as well.
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