Daily Memo: Flight Attendant Rest Rule Marks End Of Decades-Long Fight
October 07, 2022
Flight attendants in the U.S. achieved a major victory when the U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) on Oct. 4 finalized a rule mandating at least 10 hours of rest between shifts, capping off an effort that stretched back decades, spanning several different administrations. “You could say this was a...
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