Qatar Airways flight attendants can keep their jobs if get pregnant. And other links from the week.

Qatar Airways is improving work rules for flight attendants, Bloomberg reports. Photo: Qatar Airways. 

Qatar Airways is improving work rules for flight attendants, Bloomberg reports. Photo: Qatar Airways. 

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Qatar Airways is loosening some of its work rules for flight crews. "Under new contracts introduced in December, pregnant women will now be offered temporary ground jobs, and they can get married at any time after notifying the company," Bloomberg reports. 

Asiana is getting rid of first class on all but its four Airbus A380s. Korea Times.

We're seeing some super cheap fares in the domestic market, the AP reports. 

Pyongyang has a shiny new airport building - with an internet room. But the internet doesn't work. The Associated Press takes us inside the airport. 

British Airways will soon fly between San Jose, California and London Heathrow with a Boeing 787-9. Today in the Sky. 

The tourist who tried to bring six "toy grenades" through security at San Francisco International Airport is now aware of his mistake. San Jose Mercury News. 

Money Magazine profiles Frontier Airlines and asks, "How much discomfort is someone willing to endure for a cheap flight?"