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Singapore Air Won’t Fire Pregnant Flight Attendants Anymore

  • Pregnant crew had to leave after submitting birth certificate
  • Now may choose to “work in a temporary ground attachment”
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Singapore Airlines Ltd. said pregnant cabin crew can remain employees, reversing a longstanding and much-criticized rule that they leave the airline.

Responding to a Straits Times article on Monday, Singapore Air said pregnant cabin crew “may choose to work in a temporary ground attachment” and can resume flying duties after maternity leave.