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Flight attendants warned by United Airlines to stop selling and brokering trips

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Updated: Mar 30, 2019 12:45 PM EDT

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Flight attendants warned by United Airlines to stop selling and brokering trips

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Per the rules of a joint collective bargaining agreement - effective as of last October - flight attendants have "more flexibility than ever to manage (their) schedules," according to the airline.

United warned the flight attendants that they could be fired for these brokering, buying or selling practices.

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