The head of the largest independent association of US flight attendants called on FAA acting administrator Dan Elwell to implement a host of safety initiatives from last year’s FAA Reauthorization Act, saying the agency “has already missed several deadlines” related to rest hours, seat size and toxic fumes. In an April 26 letter to Elwell, Association of Professional Flight Attendants (AFPA) national president Lori Bassani said the FAA had missed a deadline from the law ...

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