On a recent night flight to Santiago, Chile the male purser saw a first-class passenger, naked as a jay bird, wandering around the plane. He got him back to his seat and thought that was the end of it. That is never the end of it…. I saw her staggering to get up and rushed over to her. It was clear that she was asleep. She falls down.
Shocking airline advert shows flight attendants NAKED… but bosses say the ad isn’t sexist
Confessions of a Fed-Up Flight Attendant: #2 – More Nudity & Sleeping Pills
THE glamour of air travel flew away a long time ago for most passengers as the world swapped Pan-Am smiles for budget air miles. But some flyers seem to want to drag us down even further by boarding planes in clothes many wouldn't dream of leaving the house in. From too short shorts to objectionable footwear, airport runway attire is a far cry from the runways of Milan Fashion Week. Some passengers have even been pictured going topless at 30, feet, sparking calls from some quarters to introduce a dress code on planes.
Emirates flight attendant Alexandra Cosoff reveals what it takes to become a first class stewardess
A Chinese airline has denied rumors that its flight attendants were filmed engaging in a hotel room orgy after footage was posted on social media last week. On Wednesday, a series of videos emerged on Weibo, a popular Chinese microblogging platform, which showed at least six nude men and women dancing, grinding and laughing in a room. The video quickly went viral, and soon after, rumors emerged that the orgy occurred in Madrid and the people involved were flight attendants for China Eastern Airlines or its subsidiary, Shanghai Airlines, the Shanghaiist reported. In a document that was allegedly compiled by the airline, the company denied that their employees were the people featured in the video, suggested it was filmed in Africa and said that the people who created it deliberately did so to damage their reputation. Over the past few days, Chinese authorities have removed most local media coverage of the controversial footage.
Adweek covers the unusual ad campaign that Chocotravel, a travel agency based in Kazakhstan, launched this week. Do you attack girls in short skirts or swimsuits? No matter what you make of the ad, I think we can all agree this is one way to get a lot of attention with a limited ad budget. I don't really pay that much attention to the stuff going on with the Middle East carriers, at least outside of reading the headlines and a few of the stories that Ben posts here on the blog.