Read Flight Attendants’ Case Against United

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    Earlier I shared the story of the 13 United flight attendants who were fired for insubordination after refusing to operate a San Francisco to Hong Kong flight which had "BYE BYE" written on the tail cone. I'm not some overly security conscious person, but I'd find it very strange as well. Now admittedly if someone had bad intentions they probably wouldn't write a message on the tail of the plane, though it's still concerning. What I'm most concerned about isn't the message as such, but how/why someone would write a message on the tail of a plane in a post-9/11 world. And for that matter, after 9/11 you really can't make any security related jokes at airports or on airplanes, and at the very least this could be interpreted as one. That's a standard passengers are consistently held to, and surely it should apply to airport staff as well. The post Read Flight Attendants’ Case Against United appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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