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American Opens Call Center to Field Uniform Hive & Rash Reports, Reverting Back to Old Uniforms for Some

The Chicago Business Journal is reporting that there have now been more than 950 reports of itching, rashes, hives, headaches, and swollen eyes caused by AA’s new uniforms. The Association of Professional Flight Attendants (APFA) even has a link on their homepage to report problems and they are advising members to wear the old uniform… The post American Opens Call Center to Field Uniform Hive & Rash Reports, Reverting Back to Old Uniforms for Some appeared first on Point Me to the Plane.
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