14/06/1977 Smoking banned on flights of 4 hours or less
From Nov. 19, 1987, Frank R. Lautenberg on In-flight Smoking, Secondhand Smoke
Inflight smoking is prohibited by almost all airlines. Limits on smoking were first imposed on flights of three hours or less in 1973 and were extended to flights of four hours or less in 1977. Little was done, however, to enforce these laws and it took another two decades for all planes to be smoke-free.
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