US to require more rest between shifts for flight attendants


Flight attendants will get more rest under a new FAA rule taking effect later this year Airlines will be required to give attendance at least ten hours off between shifts one more than they get now One that is going to improve aviation safety Acting FAA chief Billy Nolan says the change took way too long Congress told the agency for years ago to boost the rest requirement flight attendants union president Sarah Nelson says the Trump administration tried to kill it but Cruz will finally get the rest they deserve and need This feels really good Airlines have up to 90 days to comply Sagar Meghani at The White House

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