For the second time in 6 months, US Airways has been cited for allowing a passenger to get drunk on a flight to New Mexico. That wouldn’t normally be a problem but, also for the second time, the passenger was arrested for DUI while driving home after the flight landed (he would’ve had to be REALLY drunk to drive home before the flight landed). New Mexico has cracked down on in-flight drinking after a US Airways passenger killed himself and 5 others in a DUI-related crash in November (he had been drinking on a the flight, then drove home drunk). The State of New Mexico told US Airways it was no longer allowed to serve alcohol on flights to the state without a New Mexico liquor license. The carrier has since received a temporary license.