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As we first reported, the two beer bottles Slater grabbed on his off the plane were Blue Moon -- which go for around $6 on a JetBlue flight. A rep for the beer company tells TMZ they weren't involved in what went down in the slightest. They tell us, "
But he could not stand the nasty travelers he'd constantly encounter -- people who felt entitled, who talked down to flight attendants, who raged when they weren't poured a full cup of soda or given an extra pillow. "Once, it was such a thrilling,
While the current state of the U.S. airline industry can be frustrating for passengers, it's bad for employees, too and some suggest it's getting worse. U.S. airlines have cut jobs for two straight years, the government said last week, an
But his wasn't the only "I quit" tale that captivated the country last week -- though it may have been the only true one. In 34 different photos released Tuesday, a Scottrade assistant named Jenny wrote on a dry erase board of her boss's bad breath,
Recently I was sitting in the middle of the plane, and I had to wait until all the passengers in the back exited to retrieve my bag, which was stowed many rows behind me. A: People are lazy and don't want to tote their bags to the back. (I'm
He cussed out everyone in sight, grabbed two beers, popped open the airplane door and escaped down an emergency slide onto the airport tarmac...It is a situation that anyone in a frustrating position can identify with. And few things have investors
August 14, 2010 When JetBlue flight attendant Steven Slater grabbed two beers and took an emergency exit slide earlier this week, he became an instant media sensation. He now also faces charges of criminal mischief and reckless endangerment but many
How do you pitch a TV movie about Steven Slater, the JetBlue flight attendant who's become a folk hero after he cussed out a rude passenger, grabbed some beer and jumped down an emergency slide at JFK on Sunday? His crazed misadventures seem to have
Fifty years ago, airline flight attendants pampered passengers with graceful white-glove treatment, gliding down supermarket-wide aisles to serve gourmet dinners on fine china...Bad behavior in flight was as rare as a lonesome overhead bin is today.
Va. (AP) — JetBlue Airways says a flight from Boston to the Dominican Republic had to land in the Washington, D.C., area because of an unruly passenger. The company says in a statement that Flight 691 was diverted to Washington-