ALBUQUERQUE N.M. New Mexico has banned US Airways from serving alcohol aboard all flights arriving or departing the state after learning the carrier did not have a state liquor license. The discovery came during an investigation into a fatal drunken driving crash that involved a passenger who reportedly was intoxicated aboard a US Airways flight to Albuquerque, the Associated Press reported. "We're interpreting it to apply to all US Airways flights scheduled to arrive in or depart ...
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