Ergonomic enhancements improve safety for airline cabin crews

Pre-pandemic study measured Delta flight attendants' physical challenges to find solutions

By Jeffrey Smagacz

When Delta Air Lines embarked on a project to improve the main cabin experience on long-haul international flights, the company’s leadership had a pressing concern: How could it make sure that the enhanced service did not lead to more strenuous activity and potential injury for flight attendants?

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