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‘Mile high’ sex romp stewardess on assault counts

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LISA Robertson, the stewardess made famous after her ”mile-high” romp with film star Ralph Fiennes, has been charged with assault.
Police confirmed yesterday that a St Kilda woman had been charged with a series of assault-related offences following an altercation outside a Barkly Street restaurant on August 16.
She has been charged with recklessly causing serious injury, [...]

Flying The Friendly Skies

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Have you ever noticed how most flight attendants are usually cheerful? They’re always smiling, greeting you warmly as you board, helping you stow your carry-on luggage, bringing you a pillow if you want to sleep or a blanket if you’re cool, serving juice and snacks graciously, listening attentively to concerns, speaking kindly even when passengers [...]

Looking For Love On The Airplane (Or At The Airport)

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I never realized how much people actually disliked traveling until I started writing for Gadling. Well the next time you have to travel, don’t despair. It’s not all bad. Not if you’re single that is. In fact, if you are single, it can be a lot of fun. Real fun! How do I know? Because [...]

Passengers, Flight Attendants Air Their Thoughts

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It had always been my dream as a little girl to be an airline attendant. After one year of college, I was accepted by Continental Airlines to attend their flight school in Los Angeles. It was a six-week course about airplanes, emergency procedures, first aid, CPR, etiquette, makeup, hair and most of all not being [...]

Cabin Crew And Passenger Forged A Marriage

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Sometimes, love really is in the air.
On Mother’s Day 1976, Pan American World Airways flight attendant Toni Gil de Lamadrid was working as purser on a flight from Washington to London.
She couldn’t help but notice the tall, good-looking young man sitting near the galley in coach class. When food service time came — [...]

Down To Earth With An Air Hostess

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Typical working day
I wake up by 4am every working day in time to prepare my children for school and for my office pick up by 5am. Being a senior, I should always be there before the others just to make sure everything is in place. Together with the others, I check all the emergency equipment [...]

The Deed That Killed IFS Alfred On SQ 006

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IFS Alfred need not have died in the SQ 006 crash in TPE. He was on the main deck of the aircraft but after the impact took place he heard the panic in the upper deck,ran upstairs and got himself into trouble.
He was trying desperately to help save the passengers and lost his life [...]

The Late Infight Supervisor M. Teheran

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Mike, as he was affectionately known by his senior colleagues was a kind man who would always lend a ear to his colleagues and crew when they needed someone to listen to.
He will always be remembered for his husky and powerful voice. Passengers would stop whatever they were doing and listened to Mike whenever [...]

Sacking Of PPS Taipei James’ Leading Stewardess Mistress

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The story according to boh tong in his blog was like this:
‘James’ a PPS passenger from Taipei was giving the staff and crew a hard time whenever he travelled with SQ. He antagonised someone from SQ management and cabin crew division looked into his mistress work record and found her to be involved in a [...]

Best SVP Eddie J

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Eddie J as he was affectionately called, was the son of the late principal of Raffles Instituion and Bartely Secondary school in the early and mid 1960s.
Eddie joined the airlines way back in the late 1960s after graduating from Singapore University.
From the positions of manager to general manager, Eddie later became the SVP of SIA [...]

On The Death Bed Of The Most Generous Passenger

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It was not long after the passing of Mr. Yap that I met ‘D’ his grown up daughter in the first class section on a flight from London to Singapore.
I was dismayed to hear the stories she related to me regarding some of our crew.
At the bedside of her very sick father, a few crew [...]

Sticking The ‘Little Guy’ With The Bill

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The other day I took a flight on US Airways from Los Angeles to Atlanta. I have made this flight with my dog, Max, numerous times & normally take Delta. However due to high fares right now, I chose to fly US Air as it was much less expensive.
When I was [...]

Diary Of A Flight Attendant – Indecent Exposure

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You see some crazy things when you work in the airline business. Sometimes all you can do is sit back and laugh. After take off, the pilots normally don’t turn off the fasten seatbelt sign until we have reached 10,000 feet. Sometimes, they take a little longer to turn it off than some passengers are [...]

A Day In The Life Of A Cabin Crew Member

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Here is a good insight into working a typical charter flight from Gatwick to Tenerife and back again.
Good Morning (3.30am) Your alarm is going off and its time to get up for a flight to Tenerife, which is due to depart at 7.00am. You apply your make up, put on your uniform and make [...]

Cabin Crew Humour

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All too rarely, airline attendants make an effort to make the in-flight “safety lecture” and their other announcements a bit more entertaining. Here are some real examples that have been heard or reported:
****** On a Continental Flight with a very “senior” flight attendant crew, the pilot said, “Ladies and gentlemen, we’ve reached cruising altitude and [...]

Funny Airline Cabin Crew Announcements

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All too rarely, airline attendants make an effort to make the in flight ’safety lecture’ a bit more entertaining. Here are some real examples of funny airline cabin crew announcements:
1. On a Southwest flight 245 (SW has no assigned seating, you just sit where you want) passengers were apparently having a hard time choosing, when [...]

Airline Abbreviations

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AA (American Airlines) – Always Awful
AI (Air India) – Allah Informed
ALITALIA – Always Late In Takeoff Always Late In Arrival ,Air Line In Tokyo And Luggage In Amsterdam
BOAC (British Overseas Airways Corp.) – Better On A Camel ,Bloody Old and Careless
CA (China Airlines) – Choose Another
CAAC (Civil Aviation Authority of [...]

Pick-up Lines Cabin Crew Hears

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How about something a little more light-hearted than our usual fare of cabin safety news and flight attendant labor issues: I noticed an entertaining article posted to Nuts About Southwest, the official blog of Southwest Airlines. It was written by a Carole Adams, a Dallas-based flight attendant.
Ms. Adams wrote Drop Me a Line, a collection [...]

You Know You’re a Cabin Crew If

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You know you’re a flight attendant if………..
You never unpack
You look to the ceiling when your doorbell chimes
You wish you had jet engines mounted in your bedroom so you could fall asleep faster
You don’t ever write a full city name (and it bugs your non-aviation friends): DTW MCO FCO BOM
You get excited over certain types of [...]

Becoming A Cabin Crew

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The lifestyle and job of a Cabin Crew member is undoubtedly one of the best careers you can aspire to.
The endless opportunities and exciting prospects make this one of the top 10 jobs people dream of becoming. Though, not all of us know exactly the best strategy to enter in this so exciting career.
I am [...]

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