AirRyan From United States of America, joined Mar 2005, 2532 posts, RR: 5 Posted (8 years 7 months 4 weeks 1 day 2 hours ago) and read 5686 times:
Not sure if this is what you all really intend to use trip reports for but hear me out here, I think this does have some public merit: NW 975 on 11/25 was diverted into DFW on a medical emergency, they couldn't get fuel in time before their crew day expired and ended up spending the night there. The flight later arrived into AUS the next day at 1315 on 11/26 just so it could go back out in a quick turnaround to MSP as NW 972.
Suffice to say, a very welcome sight perhaps unlike that of which I haven't seen in years was a young and very attractive female FA with long blonde hair and great legs. I don't know how NW can attract any FA's in these times let alone one so beautiful you thought she was maybe working for Virgin Atlantic or even Hugh Hefner's personal jet - no lie I tell you!
Regardless, I think NW is due some sort of congratulations for being able to hire this young and highly attractive woman at what has got to be a paltry-wage at best. If any of you all ever see this young woman, I believe her name was Rochelle or something but be sure and give her a nice and pleasant smile and let her know her efforts are greatly appreciated!
Terryb99 From United States of America, joined Sep 2004, 291 posts, RR: 0
Reply 6, posted (8 years 7 months 4 weeks 5 hours ago) and read 4690 times:
As I have been traveling a lot to Asia, I read quite a few of the Asian forums. The subject often comes up about who has the hottest FA's, how some airlines have none over 30, etc.
I am a NW Platinum, so that is my airline. On the Asia runs, we usually get older, more senior FA's, many with over 30 years flying.
If there is ever an emergency in the air, I would much prefer to have an experienced, trained FA on board, than some 20 year old hottie just out of training. There is plenty of time to look at eye candy after I arrive.
On a side note; on my last trip, one of the NW FA said NW is trying to outsource the Asian runs to an Asian company that would supply the FA on a contract basis.