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AA to Sever Relationship With Uniform Manufacturer

After several months of complaints from American Airlines staff regarding ill health after the switch to new uniforms, the carrier will reportedly be cutting ties with clothing manufacturer Twin Hill when their contract expires in 2020.

Twin Hill says it concluded that “the costs associated with serving American in the future would be unacceptable to our business, given the likelihood of continued unfounded allegations about the safety of our garments,” said Twin Hill in a statement.

“Management at American is taking a positive step by stating that front-line flight attendants and our union will play a key role as the process for delivering new uniforms goes forward,” said a statement from the American Airlines flight attendants’ union.

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Spyder June 25, 2017

Another example of us air mgmt destroying the brand

AsiaTraveler June 24, 2017

Great news, staff! Your uniforms will stop making you sick in 2020!