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Best FA Stories

Fri Jun 21, 2002 8:27 pm

One time my dad was on an American Eagle flight from PIT-JFK and he told me that when he got on the plane, he found that the flight attendant had stamped like 30 napkins wth a Mickey Mouse stamp and then signed her name and welcome aboard and stuff like that on every napkin. My dad said she was the best FA he had ever flown with.

I don`t really feel like typing alot right now. Smile So does anyone else have some stories of excellent FAs??

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RE: Best FA Stories

Sat Jun 22, 2002 12:30 pm

A few years ago I was flying on a UA 727 ORD-IAH and was in First Class. We had a rather old F/A that was very, very sweet. She reminded several of the passengers of their Grandmothers. She also smelled like she took a bath in Jungle Gardenia perfume. She addressed us all with terms like sweetheart, honey, etc. She was amazingly efficient as well. When we got off the plane at IAH we all thought she was going to give us a hug and a kiss good-bye! I'll bet that 72 STILL smells like that perfume!
One thing that made this flight even stranger was that I had the window seat and a business man was sitting next to me. I got up twice to go to the can and after I returned to to the seat the business man said to me "The next time that ass of yours comes close to my face, I'm going to bite it!"
Needless to say, I didn't get up again!
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RE: Best FA Stories

Sat Jun 22, 2002 12:46 pm

Two flight attendants (one a new hire, one very senior) for a major were seated next to each other on the jump seat. The junior FA was very gabby and excited to be on only her second trip. She was especially excited at the fact that she was flying with the FO (with whom she had a brief fling while they were in training--she in initial, he in differences) and made a particular point of mentioning it to the senior flight attendant. With that, an airborne cat fight broke out. It turns out that the senior flight attendant and the FO were married.
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RE: Best FA Stories

Sat Jun 22, 2002 12:54 pm

If you want to buy a book with alot of funny FA storys Buy Plane insanity by Elliott Hester. The book is so funny you won't want to set it down. You should be able to find the book for about 23 dollars

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RE: Best FA Stories

Sun Jun 23, 2002 2:37 am

Good book, and I know my library had it so you dont even have to pay for it!

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