In Guam, United staffers speak out against knife policy

04/4/2013 | KUAM-TV (Guam)

United Airlines' flight attendants in Guam met with lawmakers to express their opposition to a new Transportation Security Administration policy that would allow some small knives on planes. "We are very concerned as a flight attendant group and members of our union that on April 25th the TSA will allow small knives on board our aircraft ... these aircraft have been knife-free for the past 12 years, and now the TSA has decided they are going to readmit them on the aircraft. As flight attendants, we are very concerned about continuing that aspect of safety," said Benita Krusee, international service manager for the carrier.

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