Coffee, tea or credit cards? United flight attendants set to make this new pitch
In an internal message sent to flight crews on Tuesday, John Slater, the senior vice president of in-flight services, shared that as of September 1, United would start requiring its flight crews to pitch credit cards on every domestic and international flight that the airline operates. Additionally, the company is rolling out new, required training to educate crews on the benefits of the cards, reported Skift.
The case of American Airlines is that, since it officially merged with US Airways, it has been pitching credit cards to passengers in the form of a co-branded Barclays credit card. Image source: Reuters