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Share Flight Attendants: How Passengers and Rookie Pilot Joined the Mile High Club on Nashville Flight

Share Flight Attendants: How Passengers and Rookie Pilot Joined the Mile High Club on Nashville Flight

Cierra Misst, “Spicy Flight Attendant,” who worked on regional jets for Republic Airways, an express carrier of American, United and Delta, returned to social media after having her accounts banned following complaints by d other cabin crew members.

His advice is dubious, such as buying the cheapest tickets on Tuesday and securing a seat in the back of the plane to improve your chances of getting an upgrade. His stories of shipboard antics are just as questionable.

She even claimed she took a flight to Nashville, where the crew was spending the night, and the passengers were all bachelor and bachelorette party groups. Everyone pitched in, several people joined the Mile High Club – including a new driver.

It’s simply unbelievable. My best guess, based on the airline and the plane, is that it would be a Republic flight operating as American Eagle from New York JFK to Nashville. This earns him generously long flight to have the best chance of this story being true. (Ignore some of the photos in his video, they clearly don’t all represent the theft in question.)

  • New York JFK – Nashville lasts about 2.5 hours on an Embraer 175. Let’s assume it took a while to get into the mood, and also that there was no activity during the premiere and the last half hour of the flight.
  • There are two toilets – at the front and rear of the plane. So, from a pure efficiency perspective, many Mile High Club events would possible (although it’s not a very large toilet – the degree of difficulty alone reduces the likelihood of this being true).
  • Each pilot would have spent most of his time in the cockpit. Sure, maybe they went out for a bit, but enough time to set the stage?
  • It is likely that each group of passengers was separated by gender. And while it’s possible that some of these incidents took place between people of the same sex, any opposite-sex encounters would have occurred between people who had just met. Possible, but how many of these matings would have happened so quickly?

People have been joining the “Mile High Club” since 1916, when Lawrence Burst Sperry, inventor of autopilot, took a Curtis C-2 flying boat off the coast of Long Island and spent time with a woman whose husband was traveling during the World War One. They crashed the plane into the bay and were rescued – naked – by duck hunters. If they could pull off this feat, anything would be possible, but a sudden explosion of Mile High Club antics on a short regional jet flight that even included a crew and where no one was even trying to be surreptitious seems particularly unlikely.

News Source : viewfromthewing.com
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