Flight attendants want a chance to testify on knife policy

04/9/2013 | Hill, The

The Association of Professional Flight Attendants is not happy that it was left off a panel that will testify in a House hearing on Thursday on the Transportation Security Administration's policy reversal that would allow some knives on planes. "The Stakeholder Perspectives hearing would have been an optimum opportunity for flight attendants to finally contribute to the policy discussion," said the union, which represents American Airlines' employees.

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