Delta Air Lines CEO Richard Anderson told employees in a message Friday that the carrier will begin rehiring furloughed flight attendants in January with the aim of putting them into service by mid-2011, Bloomberg reported. He did not say how many flight attendants are needed but noted that the focus will be on staffing international flights. "We need lots of folks with language skills given the extensive nature of our international network and the need to be able to communicate with ...

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