2187 Sanctifying Sundays and holy days requires a common effort. Every Christian should avoid making unnecessary demands on others that would hinder them from observing the Lord’s Day. Traditional activities (sport, restaurants, etc.), and social necessities (public services, etc.), require some people to work on Sundays, but everyone should still take care to set aside sufficient time for leisure. With temperance and charity the faithful will see to it that they avoid the excesses and violence sometimes associated with popular leisure activities. In spite of economic constraints, public authorities should ensure citizens a time intended for rest and divine worship. Employers have a similar obligation toward their employees.
I will fullfill the Sunday obligation by going to the Saturday evening mass, would it be a sin to make people work at the airport? I will be visiting a junior college on monday, as I will have that day off from the high school I am currently attending, if I am unable to leave early Monday morning, would it be wrong to fly on Sunday?