Some flight attendants for United Airlines aren't pleased with the launch of the company's new low-cost carrier, Ted.
The flight attendants accuse the airline of reducing retirement benefits, and organized protests to coincide with the launch o Ted.
Some wore shirts bearing the word ``cheaTED.''
The union says United is reneging on an agreement to give more benefits to flight attendants who retired before July First.
That move came in the filing of a plan in bankruptcy court.
United has operated under federal bankruptcy court protection for more than a year.
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