Definition of air rage in English:

air rage

Syllabification: air rage


  • Violent anger directed mainly at inflight airline personnel and arising from the frustrations and stresses of air travel.
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    • Road rage, air rage, work stress, etc. have invaded our society.
    • Judges have been accused of being too lenient when dealing with drunk, abusive and violent air rage offenders.
    • The government has formed a working party to collect data from airlines about air rage, in order that the phenomenon can be properly measured.

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