Russian Airline First To Ban Chewing Gum From Planes

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    I'm not sure how I missed this story last week, though it certainly ranks among the stranger airline policies I've heard of. Russian low cost airline Pobeda has banned chewing gum from their flights, citing a cleanup cost of ~$1,750 per piece of gum. Via The Moscow Times: "Russia's low-cost airliner Pobeda, a subsidiary of national carrier Aeroflot, has banned chewing gum on its planes citing the high cost of scraping off the dried gum left by shameless passengers, news agency Interfax reported Tuesday." The post Russian Airline First To Ban Chewing Gum From Planes appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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