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.
THIS is the shocking airline advert which sees flight attendants take off - their clothes, that is. The ad, by a Kazakhstani travel firm called Chocotravel, shows seven female flight attendants wearing nothing but their scarves as they reel off a series of special offers. The short promo starts with a shot of two women up close, before zooming out to reveal that they definitely aren't wearing regulation airline uniform.
THE cabin crew of a bankrupt budget Spanish airline produced a nude calendar to publicise their battle to recoup their lost wages. Photo spreads feature the fetching stewardesses in various flight-related poses including one in which a nude woman is stretched on a jet engine clad only in an emergency flotation vest, Spain's La Voz Libre reported. See the calendar here.
Air New Zealand, the country's national carrier, has made a safety video for its domestic routes which shows a pilot and cabin crew dressed only in body paint made to resemble their normal uniforms. As the crew go through the motions, showing passengers what to do in the event of an emergency, their private parts are obscured by well-placed oxygen masks, life jackets, seat belts and luggage. The 3-minute, second "Bare essentials of safety" clip, and a similar second television advertisment introduced six weeks ago, have had passengers glued to their mini television sets.
He knocked on my hotel door about 30 minutes after I got to my room and asked me to have a drink downstairs. One drink turned into us at a strip club, getting a lap dance and making out with the stripper! The stripper said, 'You guys are so cute.
Airlines regularly come under fire for their advertising and marketing tactics, but two Russian airlines have pushed the boundaries of good taste with their latest promotions. Russia's largest airline, Aeroflot, has raised eyebrows with a new calendar that features naked flight attendants posing with aircraft. The calendars will reportedly be distributed to VIP members of the airline's loyalty program but have been leaked onto the internet ahead of their release.
Never mind going on strike and disrupting everyone's travel plans, these air crew workers have stripped off to highlight their cause. Attention-grabbing: Cabin crew workers have posed naked to publicise their cause. Flight attendants working for the now-defunct Spanish Air Comet say they were not paid for up to nine months before the airline was grounded in December and claim they are still waiting for a pay-off.
The two men and a woman, who have been sent home, were part of a drinking session during a stopover here, The Sun reported on Thursday last week July 4. Quoting an inside source, the British news site said the cabin crew had smuggled alcohol from the plane to "have a good time" during their layover after a hour flight from Heathrow Airport in London. There was snogging and stripping and fumbling between the crew members, who were all naked," the source alleged.
This will not post anything on Facebook or anywhere else. Most flights, at least for me, are a distinctly boring affair. They're uncomfortable, the food is strange and there's kids channeling their inner banshee across every row.
Three British Airways flight attendants were playing "spin the bottle" after some "snogging and fumbling", it is claimed. Three British Airways flight attendants stripped off and ran naked through a hotel while playing a debauched drinking game, it is claimed. After some "snogging and stripping and fumbling", cabin crew members played "spin the bottle" while downing booze, it is alleged. Three off-duty flight attendants - said to be a woman and two men - allegedly ran down a corridor and banged on the doors of other guests on a dare after getting drunk and stripping off their clothes.