The head of a key congressional committee overseeing the aviation industry is pushing six US airlines to explain worker shortages, flight cancellations and delays after the government supplied billions in federal aid to the airline industry amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The latest sign of air travel returning to normal is the two words being repeated at most of the nation's major airlines: Help wanted.
Following a series of incidents aboard aircraft, including an assault that left a flight attendant with facial injuries and two missing teeth, the union representing Southwest Airlines' flight attendants is urging the company to take stronger steps to protect its members from an "epidemic of aggression and assault."
The airline did not provide details on specific incidents, but the announcement came on the same day thousands of rioters stormed the US Capitol.
American Airlines says it is taking several new "precautionary" measures, including no longer serving alcohol on flights to and from Washingto…
"People have had to make really tough decisions here."
“I would definitely say that the passengers would feel more comfortable if they see everyone wearing masks.”
United will require flight attendants to wear face coverings or masks while they're on duty starting April 24th, according to an employee memo the airline shared with CNN.
The union representing flight attendants for American Airlines says about 100 flight attendants have tested positive for the coronavirus.