What year was smoking banned on aircraft?
1979: Cigars and Pipes banned on aircraft
1988: Smoking banned on US Domestic flights under 2 hours
1990: Smoking banned on US Domestic flights under 6 hours
1998: Smoking banned on all US Domestic flights
2000: Federal law introduced banning smoking on all flights by US airlines.
Smoking is always prohibited on airplanes. An airplane is filled with pressurized air, so there is no way to clear smoke from a cabin. Also, disposing of a cigarette in a trash can could start a fire that produces toxic smoke and disables control systems, thus causing the plane to crash. The TSA or your local airport security agency will confiscate any cigarettes you attempt to take aboard. According to FAA rules smoking is not…
I was born in 1979 and while my mother was having contractions, the doctor was smoking in the labor room. One of the nurses said "One of these days you're going to blow the place up, smoking around that oxygen.." so..in the state of Maryland in 1979 it was legal. In my lifetime, I have no memories of smokers in hospitals.Recently, area hospitals have banned smoking on hospital property. A smoker used to be able…
Answer: Smoking should be banned because it isn't good for you. Smoking causes heart disease, lung cancer, and other health problems. Over 400,000 people die each year because of secondhand smoking. Secondhand smoking is when a person inhales another persons cigarette smoke. When someone continues to inhale the chemicals that are inside one single cigar, cigarette, etc. it can cause serious health problems. Answer: Smoking is bad for your health. It causes lung disease, bad…