F.A.A. Bans Antismoking Drug, Citing Side Effects By - May 22, 2008 Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp The F.A.A. said it would no longer permit pilots or air traffic controllers to use the smoking cessation drug Chantix, citing potential side effects that could pose a threat to the safe operation of aircraft. Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrintGoogleLike this:Like Loading... Related RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Opinion Kavanaugh and Trump: Two predators, two liars FUBAR A virgin in high school? Kavanaugh claims he was Analysis Kavanaugh’s ‘dark side.’ Not properly investigated or vetted?