20 Jul '11, 2am

The Singapore Girl wants more flying years, union presses on to add up to 3 years.

The Singapore Girl wants more flying years, union presses on to add up to 3 years.

Singapore Airlines (SIA) stewardess at Changi Airport Terminal 2. Currently, SIA slight attendants have to quit flying after the first trimester of their pregnancy, and receive no maternity benefits after giving birth - unless they can secure a ground job, which is not easy to get. -- ST PHOTO: NEO XIAOBIN THE union representing the Singapore Girl is hoping to convince the Singapore Airlines (SIA) management to add up to three years to the flying time of the carrier's cabin crew. The Straits Times learnt that this is the key subject in talks between the Singapore Airlines Staff Union (Siasu) and the management, aimed at crafting a new three-year collective agreement. Read the full story in Wednesday's edition of The Straits Times.

Full article: http://www.straitstimes.com/BreakingNews/Singapore/Story/...

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