Ted sells on domestic flights

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United Airlines? low-cost subsidiary airline Ted is to introduce a range of goods for onboard sale on its domestic US routes from December 1. According to the airline all products will be sold for cash

only and priced between $5 to $25 on flights of two and a half-hours or more. Cabin crew will receive a 2% commission on all sales.
The airline says that products will include bracelets, earrings, toothbrushes, greeting cards, colouring sets, playing cards, and chargers for BlackBerry pagers. It adds that if the service proves popular, then it will be expanded onto domestic United Airlines? flights.


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