Flight crews have latitude in pegging threatening behavior

But a recent in-flight clash over a glass of orange juice shows that not everyone agrees about what constitutes an onboard threat.
The TSA issued a directive Dec. 28 saying airline crews could decide whether to prohibit passengers from having blankets, pillows and other personal items on their laps beginning one hour before landing. The airline staff can also decide to keep passengers from getting to their carry-on baggage one hour before landing, if the crew considers it a threat to safety.
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