Britons are facing a ban on morning drinking at airports as the government considers pushing forward with new plans to keep bars shut until 10am.
Bars and restaurants at airports could be forced to apply for a licence if they want to continue to sell alcohol.
It could mean pubs, restaurants and duty free shops would have to delay serving alcohol until 10am- ending the early morning tradition of a pre-flight pint.
The Civil Aviation Authority says there were 417 reports of disruptive passengers last year, up from 195 in 2015.
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