Carriers Object To FAA’s Plan For New Flight Attendant Working Conditions

Most U.S. airlines are opposing an FAA proposal to give the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) some regulatory authority over in-cabin working conditions for flight attendants. Instead, they are advocating a voluntary, data-based program to address the concerns—citing civil...

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