Flight attendants face increasingly angry public

08/25/2008 | Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The

Cutbacks, delays and higher prices have led to surly passengers on many flights, and that means more stress for flight attendants. Attendants say any remaining vestige of glamor is gone from their job, as they deal with passengers angered by new policies both on the ground and in the air. One aviation analyst predicts the issue will come up during contract negotiations, when flight attendants may ask for more money to compensate for the added stress.

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