Flight attendant – Viventing Online Marketing http://viventingonlinemarketing.com/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 19:52:35 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://viventingonlinemarketing.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-2021-06-25T191740.045.png Flight attendant – Viventing Online Marketing http://viventingonlinemarketing.com/ 32 32 Kaley Cuoco steps out in a tie-dye top as she and partner Tom Pelphrey go shopping in Los Angeles https://viventingonlinemarketing.com/kaley-cuoco-steps-out-in-a-tie-dye-top-as-she-and-partner-tom-pelphrey-go-shopping-in-los-angeles/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 16:59:53 +0000 https://viventingonlinemarketing.com/kaley-cuoco-steps-out-in-a-tie-dye-top-as-she-and-partner-tom-pelphrey-go-shopping-in-los-angeles/ Pregnant Kaley Cuoco steps out in a groovy tie-dye top as she and partner Tom Pelphrey go shopping in Los Angeles By Alesia Stanford for Dailymail.Com Published: 11:59 a.m. EST, November 22, 2022 | Updated: 12:25 p.m. EST, November 22, 2022 Kaley Cuoco and her partner, Tom Pelphrey, kept it casual on Monday as they […]]]>

Pregnant Kaley Cuoco steps out in a groovy tie-dye top as she and partner Tom Pelphrey go shopping in Los Angeles

Kaley Cuoco and her partner, Tom Pelphrey, kept it casual on Monday as they went shopping in Los Angeles.

The Flight Attendant star, 36, looked groovy in an oversized tie-dye t-shirt with shades of lavender and turquoise, which brushed her growing baby bump.

The actress paired the top with black joggers and pink sandals.

Casual outing: Pregnant Kaley Cuoco, 36, and her partner, Tom Pelphrey, 40, kept it casual as they went shopping in Los Angeles on Monday

She appeared makeup-free and shielded her flawless skin from the sun with a black peaked cap over her dark blonde locks.

Tom, 40, looked comfortable in a gray T-shirt, black joggers and trainers with a peaked cap.

The couple announced the happy news that they were expecting a baby girl last month on social media, both sharing a series of photos of their progress through the pregnancy, including a Polaroid of the pregnancy test sticks , adorable onesies and a cake with pink filling.

Groovy: The Flight Attendant star looked groovy in an oversized tie-dye t-shirt with shades of lavender and turquoise, which brushed her growing baby bump

Groovy: The Flight Attendant star looked groovy in an oversized tie-dye t-shirt with shades of lavender and turquoise, which brushed her growing baby bump

Kaley wrote, “Baby girl Pelphrey is coming to 2023 beyond the blessing and the moon…Love you @tommypelphrey.”

The Ozark actor followed up with his, ‘And then it was BETTER. I love you more than ever @kaleycuoco!!!’

Last week, the beaming mom-to-be revealed she was halfway through her pregnancy.

Lovebirds: The couple met in April at the Los Angeles premiere of Ozark and went public with their relationship the following month.  Since then, the couple have been inseparable

Lovebirds: The couple met in April at the Los Angeles premiere of Ozark and went public with their relationship the following month. Since then, the couple have been inseparable

The Big Bang Theory star also shared part of her workout routine on Instagram Stories, thanking her trainer for the “super badass preggers workouts.”

The couple met in April at the Los Angeles premiere of Ozark and went public with their relationship the following month. Since then, the couple has been inseparable.

Kaley recently completed work on the film Role Play, co-starring Bill Nighy, Connie Nielsen and David Oyelowo in the thriller about a young married couple whose secrets from their past turn their current lives upside down. Tom can next be seen in two limited series, Love and Death and A Man in Full.

Halfway through: Last week, The Big Bang Theory star revealed that she was halfway through her pregnancy.  The couple are expecting a baby girl in early 2023

Halfway through: Last week, The Big Bang Theory star revealed that she was halfway through her pregnancy. The couple are expecting a baby girl in early 2023

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Virgin Australia flight attendant reveals secret to her boarding pass https://viventingonlinemarketing.com/virgin-australia-flight-attendant-reveals-secret-to-her-boarding-pass/ Fri, 18 Nov 2022 01:07:53 +0000 https://viventingonlinemarketing.com/virgin-australia-flight-attendant-reveals-secret-to-her-boarding-pass/ An Australian flight attendant has lifted the lid on what airline staff are really looking for when checking passengers’ boarding passes before they board. Virgin Australia employee Sarah Goodwin recently dispelled a common belief that staff checked passes to see where passengers would be seated. Instead, boarding passes were actually checked, sometimes by multiple airline […]]]>

An Australian flight attendant has lifted the lid on what airline staff are really looking for when checking passengers’ boarding passes before they board.

Virgin Australia employee Sarah Goodwin recently dispelled a common belief that staff checked passes to see where passengers would be seated.

Instead, boarding passes were actually checked, sometimes by multiple airline employees, to ensure passengers were on the correct flight.

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Ms Goodwin provided the clarification in a video posted to social media last week.

“When we review your boarding passes, we’re not looking for your seat number,” she told viewers.

“We are actually looking for the destination, your flight number and the date.”

The Perth-based worker addressed passengers who ‘pass’ their passes past crew members in a flash thinking they don’t need to be checked.

“I’m like, ‘no no no, I’m not looking where you’re sitting,'” she said.

“Yeah, sometimes I’ll say, ‘this is where you’re sitting’, but I do it because people always say ‘where am I sitting?'”

More than 40,000 people watched the video, with many commenting that they had no idea why the crew was actually checking their boarding passes.

“Thanks! I didn’t know that and I won’t be so quick next time,” one flier wrote in a comment.

“All my life I’ve thought you tell me if it’s the right side or the left side of the plane I’m sitting on,” said another.

“I honestly didn’t know but I always show it until they say ‘thank you’ and where I’m going,” someone else said.

Others couldn’t understand why the pass had to be checked again on the plane after it had already been scanned at the gate.

Flight attendants were quick to respond, saying there were a surprising number of people who ended up outside the gate with the wrong boarding pass for the flight.

“Yeah and people think it can’t happen, but it definitely does,” Ms Goodwin replied.

She later added that around 80% of passengers presented their boarding pass in front of the crew too quickly for them to see what it was saying.

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Flight attendant taken to hospital after passenger disrupts SFO flight https://viventingonlinemarketing.com/flight-attendant-taken-to-hospital-after-passenger-disrupts-sfo-flight/ Tue, 15 Nov 2022 18:43:34 +0000 https://viventingonlinemarketing.com/flight-attendant-taken-to-hospital-after-passenger-disrupts-sfo-flight/ A flight attendant needed medical attention after an out of control passenger was pulled from a San Francisco flight during the weekend. United Airlines Flight 476 took off from SFO shortly after midnight on Sunday. When he landed at 6 a.m. at O’Hare International Airport in Chicago, local law enforcement arrived on the scene to […]]]>


A flight attendant needed medical attention after an out of control passenger was pulled from a San Francisco flight during the weekend.

United Airlines Flight 476 took off from SFO shortly after midnight on Sunday. When he landed at 6 a.m. at O’Hare International Airport in Chicago, local law enforcement arrived on the scene to apprehend the passenger.

“A disruptive customer on a flight from San Francisco to Chicago was removed by law enforcement upon landing Sunday, and a member of the flight crew was taken to hospital for evaluation,” said United in a statement to SFGATE. “We are grateful to our team for handling this difficult situation professionally and for putting the safety of our team and our customers first.”

Videos taken by several other passengers show a woman holding a child standing in the aisle as O’Hare approaches. Several flight attendants can be seen asking the woman to sit down as the plane prepares to land. She refuses and begins pushing a stewardess towards the front of the plane, shouting, “I’m going to kill you. I’m going to kill you.” SFGATE does not include videos to protect the privacy of the child.

The FBI office in Chicago confirmed that it “responded to an incident at O’Hare Airport on November 13” but declined to provide further details. The identity of the passenger has not been released by either United or the FBI, and it is unclear whether they have been charged with any crimes.

There were no serious injuries in the incident.



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Stewardess forced to sleep in her CAR with two dogs https://viventingonlinemarketing.com/stewardess-forced-to-sleep-in-her-car-with-two-dogs/ Fri, 11 Nov 2022 11:00:32 +0000 https://viventingonlinemarketing.com/stewardess-forced-to-sleep-in-her-car-with-two-dogs/ Two dogs in a car. Credit: Robert Hackett/Shutterstock.com. A flight attendant claims she is sleeping in her car with two dogs because she cannot find accommodation for them and her NINE other animals. Grisselle Crovetto spent her life between the cities of Madrid and Malaga when working and resting respectively. In the capital, she stayed […]]]>

Two dogs in a car. Credit: Robert Hackett/Shutterstock.com.

A flight attendant claims she is sleeping in her car with two dogs because she cannot find accommodation for them and her NINE other animals.

Grisselle Crovetto spent her life between the cities of Madrid and Malaga when working and resting respectively.

In the capital, she stayed with a friend, while on the coast, she rented a house which she shared with her seven cats and four dogs.

But today, with a just-ended ERTE – Spain’s temporary work regulatory regime – she lives in her car parked at a petrol station in Manilva, reports Niusdiario.

She claims that after a long journey she was unable to enter the Malaga property and says she reported it to the Civil Guard.

“I was still paying the real estate agent and I had a contract,” says Grisselle.

But while being effectively homeless is a frightening prospect, for Grisselle her main concern is her animals – all 11 of them.

She has since managed to find shelter for all her cats, and one of her dogs, Dobby, is in a foster home. Barbie and Lightning sleep with her in the car.

“Until I find a place where they can be, I can’t leave them alone,” she explains.

Heartbreakingly, she says her other dog, Samantha, ran away when they became homeless. Grisselle says she was spotted by neighbors prowling around her old home, but has yet to be found.

Grisselle parks her car at a gas station and spends her day looking for shade for her animals.

“I try to keep the dogs out of the sun,” she explains.

To cool off, she says she uses the facilities at the gas station or, if she’s lucky, she can take a nice shower from a local woman who took pity on her.

“Sleeping in the car is hard enough, but at least I’m not alone.”

Dobby sleeps in the passenger seat, Barbie in the back of the car, and Grisselle rests in the driver’s seat. “I’m not afraid because I’m with them,” she says.

The gas station is effectively her “home” – it’s also where she gets her breakfast, while the nearby laundromat is where she cleans her clothes.

“In thirty years that I have been in Spain, I have never seen myself like that, admits Griselle.

She is desperate for a home but says that with all her animals and a tight budget, it’s proving impossible.

She says her old house cost €500 a month. , but since the end of ERTE and after several months without a plane, its budget is down.

“The air hostesses don’t earn anything if we don’t fly, the salary is based on the per diems of the flights,” explains Griselle.

The stewardess hopes to get back on the plane in December, which she hopes will allow her to afford a home for herself and her animals.


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Partner Track and The Imperfects canceled on Netflix https://viventingonlinemarketing.com/partner-track-and-the-imperfects-canceled-on-netflix/ Wed, 09 Nov 2022 13:36:19 +0000 https://viventingonlinemarketing.com/partner-track-and-the-imperfects-canceled-on-netflix/ Netflix is ​​parting ways with two of its freshman dramas. The streaming service has canceled Partner Track and The Imperfects. Partner Track launched on August 26 but failed to garner much attention. The series followed Ingrid Yun (Arden Cho), a 1st-generation Korean American and the first lawyer in her family, who experiences the trials and […]]]>

Netflix is ​​parting ways with two of its freshman dramas.

The streaming service has canceled Partner Track and The Imperfects.

Partner Track launched on August 26 but failed to garner much attention.

The series followed Ingrid Yun (Arden Cho), a 1st-generation Korean American and the first lawyer in her family, who experiences the trials and tribulations of excellence at the prestigious (but old-school) law firm. , Parsons Valentine.

Bradley Gibson (Power Book II: Ghost), Alexandra Turshen (Ray Donovan), Dominic Sherwood (Shadowhunters) and Rob Heaps (Good Girls) also starred.

Arden Cho attends the New York premiere of

The cast was completed by Nolan Gerard Funk (The Flight Attendant), Matthew Rauch (Banshee) and Roby Attal (The Haunting of Bly Manor).

Unfortunately, the series ended on a big cliffhanger, meaning it joins the ranks of Netflix’s other unique series that failed to come to any conclusion.

Imperfects are also cancelled.

The drama centers on a group of people who undergo experimental gene therapy that turns them into monsters.

Imperfect on Netflix

In the aftermath, they “unite to hunt down the scientist responsible and force him to make them human again,” according to the official logline.

The cast also included Italia Ricci (Designated Survivor) as Sydney, Rhianna Jagpal (To All The Boys 3) as Abbi Singh, Iñaki Godoy (Who Killed Sara?) as Juan Ruiz and Morgan Taylor Campbell (Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist) as Tilda Weber. .

The cast was rounded out by Rhys Nicholson as Dr. Alex Sarkov, Kyra Zagorsky (The 100, Helix) as Isabel Finch, and Celina Martin as Hannah Moore.

Cancellation news comes the same week the streaming service renewed the Ryan Murphy-produced series The Observer and the Monster.

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It comes a week after Netflix cLaunched Fate: The Winx Saga after two seasons.

The news of the cancellations is not surprising. Netflix tends to renew shows that appear in the Top 10 and stay there for a while.

The service typically measures the success of a streak within the first 28 days.

What do you think of the news?

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Do cabin crew have type ratings for certain aircraft like pilots? https://viventingonlinemarketing.com/do-cabin-crew-have-type-ratings-for-certain-aircraft-like-pilots/ Sat, 05 Nov 2022 02:31:00 +0000 https://viventingonlinemarketing.com/do-cabin-crew-have-type-ratings-for-certain-aircraft-like-pilots/ cabin crew are type-qualified like pilots, but while pilots primarily hold one or two types of aircraft at a time, cabin crew may hold up to three or four types. It depends on the Airline company, what aircraft they have and what their operational requirements are. If they have bases in many cities, that can […]]]>

cabin crew are type-qualified like pilots, but while pilots primarily hold one or two types of aircraft at a time, cabin crew may hold up to three or four types. It depends on the Airline company, what aircraft they have and what their operational requirements are. If they have bases in many cities, that can also be a factor. When 3 or 4 types are held, these must be of the same plane type or within the same family of aircraft.


Several fleets

Many airlines will have their type of cabin crew assessed across multiple fleets and a mix of widebody and narrowbody aircraft for maximum operations. An example of this would be Qatar Airways, which operates Boeing 777, 787 Airbus 350, 380 and Airbus 320 and 321. So a crew member can operate the B777, 787 and A320, 321, in this case or A350, 380 and A320, 321. The A320/321 are part of the same family and the B777 and 787 are another family. Emirates only operates the A380 and B777, although it operates both long-haul and short-haul routes.

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Qatar Airways has 6 aircraft types covering a wide range of routes.  Photo: Qatar Airways

Single or separate fleets

Some airlines which have separate fleets like short haul and long haul, for example British Airways have the A319, 320 and 321 for short to medium haul and the A350, 380, B777 and 787 for longer journeys. Budget airlines tend to operate only one or two types, Flydubai only uses the B737 MAX, which reduces training costs for pilots and cabin crew. Easyjet has the A319, 320 and 321, which again are all from the same family, so it’s easier to get across train cabin crew on all types.

Training requirements

Cabin crew must complete an aircraft type specific training and conversion course before operating on an aircraft. The operator or airline is responsible for aircraft-specific training and operator conversion training, but if the airline does not have its own training facility, it may be outsourced to a cabin crew training organization. Courses are not transferable between airlines as the aircraft may have a different configuration and different emergency equipment locations. Standard operating procedures may also differ.

Specificities of the training

Conversion training must cover operation of doors, slides and rafts, emergency equipment, communications, oxygen systems, and location of equipment on the aircraft type. Operator conversion training includes emergency procedures, safety equipment, standard operating procedures, cabin layout, fire and smoke. Underwater drills, CRM, dangerous goods, aviation medicine and safety are also covered in cabin crew training, but not specifically in aircraft type training. The experience and training records of cabin crew members may also be taken into account.

A320 Family

These types of Airbus aircraft belong to the same family. Photo: Airbus

Variants

As stated earlier, aircraft families help decide which aircraft type training is appropriate for cabin crew. For example, the A318,319,320 and 321 are from the same family. The A330 and A340 including variants (A330-200/300, A340-200/300 and A340-500/600) are another family. Determination of variants depends on the similarity of exit doors, type-specific emergency procedures, and location of safety equipment.

Comparison

Although the B737 and the A320 carry a similar number of passengers, have a similar internal layout and are similar in size, they can never be considered the same family. The operation of the door is completely different and the safety equipment is not always the same. There may be different types of fire extinguishers, balaclavas and life jackets, for example, and some emergency procedures may also differ on these types of aircraft.

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The two drinks you should always order on a flight – and the one to avoid https://viventingonlinemarketing.com/the-two-drinks-you-should-always-order-on-a-flight-and-the-one-to-avoid/ Tue, 01 Nov 2022 15:03:42 +0000 https://viventingonlinemarketing.com/the-two-drinks-you-should-always-order-on-a-flight-and-the-one-to-avoid/ There’s more to think about when ordering a drink on a plane than you might initially think. Some drinks will dehydrate you, some will taste different than they normally would, and some are just plain bad for your health. 2 Experts recommend drinking water and ginger ale in flight, while avoiding tomato juiceCredit: Getty – […]]]>

There’s more to think about when ordering a drink on a plane than you might initially think.

Some drinks will dehydrate you, some will taste different than they normally would, and some are just plain bad for your health.

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Experts recommend drinking water and ginger ale in flight, while avoiding tomato juiceCredit: Getty – Contributor

However, there is one drink that experts suggest is the best drink to order during a flight.

It’s a ginger ale – and for a number of reasons.

First, according to Travel + Leisureginger ale is the tastiest drink to have in flight.

Taste buds changing on an airplane due to both dry air and cabin pressure.

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But ginger ale will retain its taste much longer than other drinks, making it one of the best choices on the cart.

Ginger ale is also good for medicinal purposes, as it is often drunk when he gets motion sickness because ginger can reduce feelings of nausea.

Nutritionist Lauren Grosskopf told Travel + Leisure: “Ginger helps ease upset stomachs with nervous flyers.”

Another beverage that retains its flavor well in the air is tomato juice, which is why bloody marys are often drunk on flights.

However, the juice used to make the salty cocktail won’t do you any good according to flight attendants, who say you should avoid the drink.

Andrea Song works as cabin crew for Aamerican airlines and claims that the high salt content of tomato juice mixers can lead to swelling.

She said: “I always avoid foods high in sodium in the days leading up to travel because joints, especially the legs, feet and ankles, tend to swell from this food group.

“When flying, I also avoid this food group and advise avoiding tomato juice at all costs. I say this because a Bloody Mary mix contains 12 times more sodium than a soft drink.”

She continued: “In addition to avoiding sodium, I also make sure to be well hydrated the days before the flight and to continue to stay hydrated throughout the duration of the flight.”

It is very important to stay hydrated, as the air in the cabin dehydrates us much faster than usual, which is why most experts recommend drinking only water.

It can not only prevent you from feeling thirsty, but also help you avoid jet lag.

A flight attendant says you should drink a certain amount of water for every few hours in the air.

The crew member, who works for Air France, told travel money specialist Equals: “As flight attendants, the medical staff tell us that we have to drink a liter of water every the four hour flight.”

She added: “I would definitely tell passengers to drink plenty of water.”

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Meanwhile, this passenger has revealed her hack to get three glasses at a time during a flight.

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Flight attendants are advised to drink water at regular intervals during flights

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Flight attendants are advised to drink water at regular intervals during flightsCredit: Getty
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Air New Zealand taps non-union Shanghai flight attendants to fill gaps https://viventingonlinemarketing.com/air-new-zealand-taps-non-union-shanghai-flight-attendants-to-fill-gaps/ Sun, 30 Oct 2022 03:01:47 +0000 https://viventingonlinemarketing.com/air-new-zealand-taps-non-union-shanghai-flight-attendants-to-fill-gaps/ Air New Zealand’s Boeing 777s are filling the void while the Dreamliners are being repainted. Video / Air New Zealand E tū’union says Air New Zealand “insists” on using Shanghai-based non-union cabin crew to operate flights. But the airline says the crew, believed to be around 20, is being used to fill in the gaps […]]]>

Air New Zealand’s Boeing 777s are filling the void while the Dreamliners are being repainted. Video / Air New Zealand

E tū’union says Air New Zealand “insists” on using Shanghai-based non-union cabin crew to operate flights.

But the airline says the crew, believed to be around 20, is being used to fill in the gaps over the summer

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I’m a flight attendant – here’s why these boozy flights in Ibiza are putting lives at risk https://viventingonlinemarketing.com/im-a-flight-attendant-heres-why-these-boozy-flights-in-ibiza-are-putting-lives-at-risk/ Thu, 27 Oct 2022 14:47:22 +0000 https://viventingonlinemarketing.com/im-a-flight-attendant-heres-why-these-boozy-flights-in-ibiza-are-putting-lives-at-risk/ Alcohol and passengers are a strange mix for us flight attendants. I’m glad people have a good moment – after all, they paid the hard-earned money for their tickets, it’s also their theft, it’s not just up to us to get them from A to B and tell them what to do. 6 There are […]]]>

Alcohol and passengers are a strange mix for us flight attendants.

I’m glad people have a good moment – after all, they paid the hard-earned money for their tickets, it’s also their theft, it’s not just up to us to get them from A to B and tell them what to do.

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There are many reasons why passengers get drunk on planes, but it can make our job harder.Credit: Getty

However, sometimes it can be a bit too much and it is difficult for some passengers to understand why we have to draw a line.

I’ve worked as a flight attendant at a major airline for ten years, and in a weekly blog for Sun Online Travel, I reveal little-known secrets about the job.

This week I’ll be talking about why those boozy party flights you see to places like Ibiza aren’t funny at all and could easily get seriously serious.

I really felt for the cabin crew of a flight last month, when a group of TikTok influencers and creators were flown by Spotify to the Balearic Islands for a bunch of parties.

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Most of the passengers on board couldn’t wait to land and one started strangling Jack Daniels while another jumped up and down on small seats.

Others started swinging chair heads in the aisle and some were jumping up and down during the flight – it was total chaos.

A recent flight carrying influencers to Ibiza descended into chaos when passengers started drinking

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A recent flight carrying influencers to Ibiza descended into chaos when passengers started drinkingCredit: Tiktok/damihope

While the crew did their best to carry on as usual, flight attendants play a critical safety role and, from a safety perspective, this aircraft was very dangerous.

One of the main problems that I could see right away was that the communication between the cabin crew would certainly be affected.

One of the flight attendants was walking down the aisle, but there could be another crew member in the back perhaps trying to get his attention.

Flight attendants were swept into the party as they attempted to serve passengers

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Flight attendants were swept into the party as they attempted to serve passengersCredit: Tiktok/damihope

Because there is so much going on, visibility will be reduced and this could easily lead to other problems. Communication is vital between crew members and we need to be able to see each other all the time.

If we can’t, something terrible might happen and we won’t be able to act in time.

It may not even necessarily have anything to do with celebration That is. Drinking and dancing might be the perfect distraction for someone else with much more sinister ideas to achieve something much worse.

It’s the worst case scenario, but you absolutely never know what’s going to happen.

The party could also result in damage to the aircraft as they banged on seats, banged on doors, and banged on windows.

The passengers were not in the assigned seats, which is not really sure

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The passengers were not in the assigned seats, which is not really sureCredit: tiktok/@damihope

You don’t know how people react with alcohol in this situation.

People are of course allowed to have a little fun – some say it’s always five o’clock in the air – but it’s a very dangerous operation that we’re running and it’s bad when people just don’t understand not that.

You could see that people were here, there and everywhere. They weren’t in assigned seatswhich is not really sure.

If we lose pressure in the cabin, what we’re told to do is literally grab a mask and sit down, whereas if you’re drunk and not where you’re supposed to be, returning to your seat could cause chaos.

Especially if everyone is standing, imagine everyone rushing down the aisle at the same time.

As the oxygen unfolds, there is also the possibility of people entering panic modewhich makes things even worse.

When these situations arise and things start to become a problem, that’s when you have to start saying that it won’t happen again.

The captain can be asked to put on the seat belt sign to calm the parties

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The captain can be asked to put on the seat belt sign to calm the partiesCredit: tiktok/@damihope

We will ask the captain to put the seat belt sign because this is an official airline rule that you as passengers must follow.

You agree to the terms and conditions when you book your seat on the plane. If you haven’t adhere to that then, of course, other penalties could also be introduced.

This can range from a quiet word at the end of the flight from the captain to a ban from the airline, which could leave you stranded at your destination. But it’s definitely not worth the risk.

What I’d like to point out about this story, however, is that it’s not just economy class youths behaving like this – they’re far from the only offenders.

We had a lot of well-to-do old people in the business and even the first classes get too excited with the champagne.

It’s one of the things that really surprised me when I started working as a flight attendant, how many people think of flying as a night out.

And many people just don’t know their own limits. It really is quite terrifying at times, not just when things get loud.

There are also many times when people had a few to calm their nerves about the trip and ended up fainting.

If there were an emergency on board the aircraft, these people could find themselves in serious trouble.

So if you go have a drink on your next flight, think about how this might affect you, as we’ll have to take care of this if you don’t – and we can’t take care of everyone in an emergency, it’s just not possible.

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This stewardess revealed how to get additional free drinks during a flight.

Another explained how to get drinks that are not on the menu.

This week I'll be talking about why those boozy party flights you see to places like Ibiza aren't funny at all.

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This week I’ll be talking about why those boozy party flights you see to places like Ibiza aren’t funny at all.
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Kelowna, BC airline passengers sue low-cost carrier Swoop for defamation https://viventingonlinemarketing.com/kelowna-bc-airline-passengers-sue-low-cost-carrier-swoop-for-defamation/ Mon, 24 Oct 2022 21:58:10 +0000 https://viventingonlinemarketing.com/kelowna-bc-airline-passengers-sue-low-cost-carrier-swoop-for-defamation/ Two Kelowna, B.C. Dive customers have filed a lawsuit in the Supreme Court of British Columbia against the low-cost carrier’s parent company, WestJet, and two employees of the airline. Jodean Batiste and Andre Henry alleged in the lawsuit that they were defamed by the airline and its employees during and after an August 10 incident […]]]>

Two Kelowna, B.C. Dive customers have filed a lawsuit in the Supreme Court of British Columbia against the low-cost carrier’s parent company, WestJet, and two employees of the airline.

Jodean Batiste and Andre Henry alleged in the lawsuit that they were defamed by the airline and its employees during and after an August 10 incident where the British Columbia couple said they were removed from the Swoop flight before takeoff.

Batiste previously spoke to Global Okanagan about the incident, saying he left her “naked and scared” and that she believed the couple’s race was the reason the situation escalated.

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The notice of civil suit, filed in Kelowna on Oct. 5, said Batiste and Henry were initially not seated together on their Swoop flight from Toronto. But a passenger seated next to Henry agreed to switch seats with Batiste.

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However, the lawsuit alleges that a flight attendant, identified only as Hannah, became angry when she noticed the switch and said changing seats before takeoff was not allowed due to the aircraft weight and balance issues.

The flight attendant told Batiste she would be charged for the seat change, and Batiste indicated she would be willing to pay additional fees, according to the lawsuit.

A flight crew supervisor was then brought into the conversation and the stewardess allegedly accused Batiste of giving away his attitude, according to the civil suit.

According to the lawsuit, a safety demonstration took place and the plane was prepared for takeoff, but the plane then returned to its gate and Batiste was asked to leave the flight or the police would be called.

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The lawsuit says police were called and then Batiste and Henry were escorted off the plane and through the airport by officers.

The civil suit said all of this happened despite the other passenger involved in the seat change informing staff that he had agreed to the seat change, with other passengers telling the crew supervisor to conduct that it was the flight attendant who was acting inappropriately towards Batiste, and neither was the combat crew. supervisor or the flight attendant talking to Henry about the situation, and no one answering Batiste’s question about why she and Henry had to get off the plane.

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The lawsuit also says that while three passengers were involved in the seat change, only the two black passengers were escorted off the flight.

Following the incident, the lawsuit said Batiste and Henry were “now living a nightmare of embarrassment” and had to pay $2,000 for round-trip tickets to Kelowna.


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The lawsuit alleges the flight attendant made false allegations against the couple during the flight, among other things, claiming they were preventing the plane from taking off and not following instructions.

The document goes on to allege that a Swoop pilot, identified only as Roberts in the lawsuit, made defamatory and false statements about Batiste on social media between August 10 and 12.

The lawsuit said those social media statements included allegations that Batiste was not telling his story honestly and had “cursed” various staff members.

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The civil suit alleges that the company itself also made a false statement to the media following the incident, implying that the passengers were a security risk and should be deported due to their behavior.

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The Kelowna couple’s lawsuit said the couple suffered emotional and psychological harm as a result of the defamation.

A response to the civil claim has not yet been filed. Global News has contacted WestJet for comment.

In August, Swoop told Global News it had launched an investigation into the matter and Batiste said the airline had apologized and offered to reimburse the couple for the replacement flight.

“Swoop has zero tolerance for racism and discrimination of any kind. We strive to make all travelers feel welcome and comfortable and regret that this was not the experience some travelers had on this flight. We are reviewing the incident internally and have been in direct contact with Ms. Batiste to address her concerns,” Swoop said in a statement sent to Global News in August.

The lawsuit seeks unspecified damages as well as reimbursement for lost wages and expenses.

– with files by Jasmine King

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