Aer Lingus ban booze on their Dublin to Ibiza route
Chugging down you airport booze on-board a flight to Europe's party capital is off the cards for Aer Lingus customers from now on
If you're headed to Ibiza for one last hurrah before you start college life this summer, then you might be disappointed to learn today that the lads at Aer Lingus have introduced extra-security to make sure you're not going to be getting any extra booze in on the flight.
It’s believed that a recent incident involving a few party-goers headed to Ibiza have caused this increased security, as they got their hands on duty-free booze and started getting a little bit rowdy on the flight after cracking open their purchases on board.
According to The Sun, a spokesperson for the air line stated that the extra security check is specific to the Ibiza route.
Passengers will face additional boarding gate searches before they get on the plane, rooting through their carry on bags for booze. One passenger who took the route told the paper that it was all down to a group of one particular revellers got really drunk on board and were abusing the staff, as well as apparently causing damage to the plane.