Do Smoking Flights Still Exist?

When did they stop allowing smoking inside?

July 1, 2004Statewide ban excluding bars: On July 1, 2004, the Clean Indoor Air Act went into effect, banning smoking statewide in all enclosed public places, except in bars, retail tobacco stores, private clubs, designated smoking rooms in hotels/motels, theatrical productions, areas of owner-operated businesses with no employees ….

Do pilots smoke in the cockpit?

Technically, smoking in the cockpit is allowed by US law in some circumstances, but smoke wafting into the cabin isn’t something that people want to experience — especially passengers who pay thousands of dollars for a seat, since first and business class are directly behind the flight deck.

Can you smoke in a private jet?

Each state has its own Center for Disease Control (CDC). Smoking is legal on private jets but this will depend on the particular aircraft that you choose to charter.

When was the last time you could smoke on a plane?

In 1988, United States based airliners banned smoking on domestic flights of less than two hours duration, which was extended to domestic flights of less than six hours in February 1990, and to all domestic and international flights in 2000.

Do any airlines still allow smoking?

So, do any airlines still allow onboard smoking? The answer is no.