Guam-based flight attendants for United Airlines will be impacted by a regional route cancellation that the airline confirmed to the Journal. The airline’s daily Tokyo/Narita-Incheon service will be discontinued effective Oct. 29.
“We have regretfully taken this decision because the service is no longer economically viable,” the airline said in a statement.
As a result, Guam-based flight attendants will see fewer flying hours from the loss of the four-hour roundtrip route, according to Jose Torres, a flight attendant for United and the vice president of the . . .
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