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Delta Air Lines has had enough dealing with unruly passengers itself. CEO Ed Bastian is calling on the Attorney General Merrick Garland to create a national "no-fly" list to manage disruptive flyers.

Delta Air Lines wants the U.S. government to place passengers convicted of on-board disruptions on a national "no-fly" list that would bar them from future travel on any commercial airline, according to a letter seen by Reuters. Delta Chief Executive Ed Bastian, in a previously unreported letter to U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland, said the action "will help prevent future incidents and serve as a strong symbol of the consequences of not complying with crew member instructions on commercial aircraft