Earlier today, almost 100 American Airlines flight attendants marched at Dallas Fort-Worth International Airport. Flight attendants are asking for improved working conditions and improved pay.

Just one week before one of the busiest holidays of the year, a group of flight attendants at DFW took place in just one of 11 protests in the United States. Flight attendants are protesting against their employer, American Airlines, asking for raises, improved working conditions, and better schedules. The Association of Professional Flight Attendants organized the protests.

Signs carried by flight attendants read, "We are ready for rest" and "Tired of delays? We are too". Julie Hendrick, President of the Association of Professional Flight Attendants, said

We dont get paid for delays; we are just as upset about them as passengers are. Were only paid for our flight time so when were out in the airport for a day, a day-and-a-half, sitting around were not getting paid. Its hard on us as well, we want those flights to go out on time." - Uschi Woronin