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Airline bans tips for skycaps at Logan

American Airlines skycaps were outraged yesterday to learn the airline had posted signs telling customers not to tip them. The airline said the skycaps will be receiving raises instead. American Airlines skycaps were outraged yesterday to learn the airline had posted signs telling customers not to tip them. The airline said the skycaps will be receiving raises instead. (David L. Ryan/Globe Staff)
By Jonathan Saltzman
Globe Staff / May 2, 2008

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American Airlines, which lost a federal lawsuit filed by skycaps at Logan International Airport over tips they earn, ratcheted up the feud yesterday by imposing a ban on tips at the Boston airport. (Full article: 1027 words)

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