An American Airlines flight headed from Dallas-Fort Worth to Chicago returned to the gate just prior to take off this morning when a female flight attendant began making inflammatory remarks over the public address system. Read more . . .
So how are flight attendants supposed to deal with fornicating passengers? Here’s a few ideas.
Flight attendant Sarah Keagle writes about the gross stuff she’s seen passengers do during her 20-year career. Read more
FARGO, N.D.—A former flight attendant who fled the U.S. nearly three years ago after he was accused of setting fire to an airplane bathroom has been returned to the country and now faces two charges instead of one. Read more . . .
If the airline industry had a baby book, 1930 would surely be an important page. As an infant industry, airlines and passengers were taking their first steps together. During that particular year, one of those steps was adding flight attendants to the crew. Boeing Air Transport hired eight young nurses to fly as cabin attendants . . . Read More
Ben Washington explains this in-flight phenomenon in his cool blog post in BasementScience.scienceblog.com.
Peter Hartlaub of The San Francisco Chronicle writes a retrospective of Stew-ology.
Be careful what you text to co-workers, especially those who are ex-lovers. This girl got sacked from her airline job just for a bitchy text rant to her pilot ex.
Patti DeLuna, 61, helped an American Airlines pilot land a plane in Chicago after the co-pilot fell ill. Click HERE to read the story!