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Airline rage: flight attendants sell better routes to each other

Now is the mad again. Once again, United Airlines threaten with firing of its employees, after having found out that they have cheated and manipulated the company.

In this game are flight attendants employed by the airline have been caught up in the selling the better routes to each other for profit and it is not allowed, says United Airlines.

A message has therefore been sent out to all the kabineansatte, where you threaten with a firing, if the airline discovers that you are a part of 'the system'.

The write News.com.au.

According to the company offers staff into the routes they want to work on, then with high seniority will get his wishes met first.

flight attendants will usually go after the most sought-after routes, which, according to United Airlines are the longer tours, since they also pay more.

The employees with the best routes will then sell their route to the highest bidder.

The employees are allowed to swap, if there is something unexpected, but it is forbidden to profit thereby.

'It is all down to fairness. No flight attendant should have an advantage in addition to the rights that come with their seniority, when it's about to manage his schedule or get access to other opportunities', wrote the deputy director of United Airlines, P. Douglas McKeen, in his letter to employees.

According to the airline's investigation found that the flight attendants used the emojis on social media to describe how much one would 'pay'. Emojis as sukkerstokke, hugs and kisses were among others used.

the Cabin crew trade union Association of Flight Attendants has also been out and criticise its members for this 'behavior'.

In a statement calling the union the of 'a serious infringement'.

'It is disappointing to find out that the people involved in this activity have chosen to put their own personal gain over the collective group's welfare', writes the AFA, among other things.

this is The second time in this month alone, United Airlines has had to take stronger measures in the use of its employees.

Earlier this month fired 35 employees for allegedly being part of a mediation system, where passports, which is a good thing for the employees, was sold to the public for large sums of money.

Rejsepassene provides access to fly throughout the year and had been sold for between 23.000 and 26.500 dollars.

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