Ever wondered why flight attendants adopt the polite posture? There's a more important reason than you might realise.
European budget airline EasyJet is removing a row of seats from some of its planes so that some flights can operate with fewer crew members.
Flight attendant reveals 'passengers vomit over tray tables, wipe bogies on arm rests and drop finger nails on floor'
"I still have flashbacks to that time I found a verruca between the seats."
Virgin Atlantic is switching things up, with reports indicating the airline will no longer require female cabin crew members to wear makeup. TD Ameritrade chief market strategist JJ Kinahan joins Yahoo Finance's Adam Shapiro, Julie Hyman, and Brian Sozzi to discuss.
The airline is giving women the choice.
"There should be more like him."
Ryanair sacks staff for gross misconduct after they are pictured ‘sleeping on airport floor’ in Spain
The six crew members were pictured lying on the ground of Malaga airport.
The owners wanted to keep the dog under the seat but a member of the cabin crew reportedly refused.
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Airlines are embracing iPads in a big way. Just yesterday, we featured a story about another airline -- Delta -- that is replacing the bulky flight bags that cockpit crews carry around with lightweight iPads packed with information. Now British Airways has announced a trial program in which 100 cabin crew members are using iPads to streamline and enhance customer service. The iPads are chock-full of information about the passengers on a particular flight, and the information is updated just prior to departure when a list of boarded passengers is uploaded to the device. This replaces the traditional printed seating chart, and also adds information about Executive Club status and special meal requests. Paper handbooks and timetables are also being replaced by the iPads, which are loaded with digital facsimiles of safety manuals and schedules for the flight crews. Should a passenger on a British Airways flight have an issue or complaint before takeoff, the incident can be logged and shared immediately with ground-based customer support personnel for resolution en route. British Airways says that the iPads are already receiving "great feedback" from both crew and customers. The airline hopes to roll out more devices to all senior cabin crew within the next few months.