air hostess

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Synonyms for air hostess

a woman steward on an airplane

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Police officials rushed to the site and two Arab air hostesses, S.
However, it remains unclear whether the air hostesses were declared 'unfit' before or after they filed sexual harassment complaints.
Hannah Whittingham (Gloria), Laura Clements (Gabrielle) and Sarah Jayne Hopkins (Gretchen) each bring something unique as the air hostesses.
She said: "We got air hostesses to provide us with oxygen.
Lucie and her best friend Louise Phillips, also 21, had been living in Tokyo for six weeks after quitting their jobs as air hostesses to travel around Australia and the Far East.
AIR hostesses are to keep their perks when switched to ground jobs during pregnancy.
Would-be pilots, air hostesses and ground staff waited for up to three hours to get into a jobs fair run by British Airways in London.
At the same time, we are greeted by our air hostesses, who are dressed very much in the style of the 1940s: blue uniforms with caps, white gloves, pearls and nylon stockings complete with seams.
He was uncontrollable and was assaulting and saying bad words to one of the air hostesses.
In yet another shocking incident on a domestic flight mid- air, five passengers aged between 24- 26 years allegedly molested four IndiGo air hostesses on Saturday evening.
TWO air hostesses were put in charge of a passenger plane while the captain and co-pilot had a sleep in Business Class, it was claimed yesterday.
The air hostesses decided on their naked protest because the firm, who flew to South America, hadn't paid them for up to eight months.
I CAN'T believe somebody in this world, living in a country like Bahrain, could be ignorant enough to think that air hostesses are mere displays or trolley dollies ('Axe air hostesses' by Roy, GDN, August 9).
The cancellation of further layoffs would reportedly concern some 1,500 air hostesses and stewards but savings programmes for other personnel groups would still continue, reported the Finnish online news service NewsRoom Finland.
A US airline has been successfully sued by air hostesses who were sacked for putting on weight.