Flight attendants across the skies are posting mile-high selfies in the latest internet craze. The young hostesses are seen in the pictures pouting with heavy makeup and dark sunglasses, smiling sweetly with an empty cabin behind them or posing with their fellow attendants, glamorizing their high-flying job.
A Ryanair male flight attendant repeatedly screamed “F*** you” at a passenger who turned down cheese and crackers during a flight because it was so expensive.
The new roles will start in March 2014 and applications opened this week. There are 47 new cabin crew positions available in total thanks to easyJet’s continued expansion at Bristol and the introduction of new routes to Reykjavik and Marrakech.
A British Airways stewardess smashed a glass into the face of her pilot lover when he told her their affair was over.
This is what is really meant by “creating a buzz”. With its new safety video, Virgin America recorded more than 5 million views on the Net in just one week! And with reason – this musical clip, the first of its kind, lacks neither pace nor originality. Come with us for a look behind the scenes…
A raunchy striptease video made by two women purporting to be British Airways stewardesses has become an internet sensation.
Think of all the service people who habitually get tips: hotel bellmen, taxi drivers, waiters and waitresses, the guys who handle curb side baggage at airports, sometimes even the baristas at Starbucks. But not flight attendants. Why not?