Flight attendants union asks FAA for airline flu protection:

04/29/2009 | Honolulu Advertiser, The

Saying that such protections "will reduce the risk of disease transmission for all aircraft occupants," the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA has asked the FAA to direct U.S. airlines to establish passenger-screening standards and to provide flight attendants with non-latex gloves and masks in response to the spiraling swine flu outbreak. "If and when CDC makes such a recommendation, we will work with them to ensure implementation effectively and efficiently," said an ATA spokesman.

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