PARIS/BERLIN - Air France said it would allow female cabin crew and pilots to opt out of flying routes to Tehran after some staff said they did not want to be forced to cover their hair when in Iran.
Air France, part of the Franco-Dutch group Air France-KLM , is preparing to restart flights to Tehran from April 17 after an eight-year hiatus due to sanctions.
After a meeting between Air France management and unions on Monday, the French carrier said it would offer female staff the choice of opting out of the flights.
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