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Delta Air Lines said it will start paying flight attendants from the moment the boarding process begins.
The new boarding pay policy will take effect on all flights beginning June 2, and the rates will be based on the length of scheduled boarding time, the carrier said in an internal memo.
The Atlanta-based airline said it would increase domestic boarding time on all narrow-body aircraft to 40 minutes from 35 in order to add "resiliency" to the operation.
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"Our compensation system ensures that flight attendants are paid for all of their time at work – from sign-in and boarding through deplaning and everything in between," the memo said.