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Southwest Airlines recalls over 2,700 flight attendants for summer

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Southwest Airlines said on Thursday it is recalling all flight attendants who joined a voluntary extended time-off program introduced last year during the coronavirus pandemic.

April 8 (Reuters) - Southwest Airlines LUV.N said on Thursday it is recalling all flight attendants who joined a voluntary extended time-off program introduced last year during the coronavirus pandemic.

Southwest, among U.S. airlines signaling a recovery in pandemic-hit demand, said the recall affects more than 2,700 flight attendants and will take effect on June 1.

(Reporting by Tracy Rucinski; Editing by Leslie Adler)

((tracy.rucinski@thomsonreuters.com;))

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