Flight attendants don’t like new cellphone rule

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The nation’s largest flight attendants union says cellphones and other electronic devices can distract passengers from safety announcements and become dangerous projectiles. The union also says that in letting passengers keep the devices out, the Federal Aviation Administration changed an agency regulation without steps required by law.

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