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Delta Air Lines flight attendants file lawsuit over uniforms

Two flight attendants are pissed off about their uniforms, so much so that they are seeking millions in damages.

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Airline forces all female flight attendants to wear high heels

Coincidentally, Travel Weekly’s editor is forcing himself to wear high heels every day to work in an attempt to tone his leg muscles.

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“Mysterious odour” sends American Airlines cabin crew to hospital

We’ve encountered plenty of midair mystery smells, however none potent enough to see us rushed to hospital. Though, we never knew that was an option until now.

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Shocking: More than two thirds of flight attendants say they’ve been sexually harassed

A new study reveals just how widespread sexual harassment from passengers is in the airline industry.

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Airline forced to deny flightie orgy

Is there a better way to start the news week than with an airline fiercely denying orgy claims? Although, we guess a simple coffee would have sufficed.

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Is this the most stylish flightie uniform?

by Daisy Doctor

We thought we looked quite fashionable today in our new tie-dye skirt and matching top. Until we saw these photos that is.

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Pope Francis weds attendants mid-flight

by Daisy Doctor

We were already pretty huge fans of Pope Francis, but this really takes the cake. Or should we say wedding cake?

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Cabin crew get the boot after drunken stopover

by Amy Bryant

Consider this story a PSA to all flight attendants, getting drunk at work can lead to firing, and international headlines.

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‘Mannequin Challenge’ up in the air

by Amy Bryant

Which airline joins in on internet sensation, the ‘Mannequin Challenge’?

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Flight attendants grounded for being too fat

by Hannah Edensor

The airline who once said they could save thousands employing only female flighties because they weigh less has put their foot in it yet again.

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