China issued its first blacklists for violators of airline and railway safety rules last Friday to promote social honesty and safeguard security and order.
The Civil Aviation Administration of China issued the blacklist, which consists of 86 violators, and banned them from air travel for a year starting June 1st.
The list is based on the punishment issued by police around the country.
On the blacklist, 64 of the violators were found to be carrying banned or dangerous substances, including replica firearms, knives, bullets and lighters.
Also on the same day, the Railway Customer Service Center of China issued its first blacklist consisting of 31 people who seriously violated China's railway regulations.
They will be barred from buying train tickets for 180 days, and the ban will start this week.