In a shocking revelation, an air hostess from a British airline has revealed hitherto unknown stories of pilots and celebrity affairs that go on among the glamorous crew.
In a story published in The Sun, the stewardess, who wishes to remain anonymous, claimed that life on board is as bit outrageous as the rich and famous who avail of it.
The woman, who had joined the airline 15 years ago to travel the world, meet new people and get paid for living the lifestyle, now reveals that she has seen and heard it all, including two girls last year who were making money by having sex with first class and according to her, when meals are over, she regularly hears of staff performing sex acts on each other in the crew rest area.
And during one risky romp, a pilot was said to have had sex with an air hostess mid-flight in the back of the cockpit.
The cabin crew worker revealed: “On a 747 [jet], the pilots have bunkbeds at the back of the cockpit and the captain was seeing a stewardess, and there was two pilots taking over for the captain to have a break.
He further added, meanwhile one shameless, cheating pilot, whose wife was on board the flight at the time, hooked up with his air hostess girlfriend mid-journey without them getting caught in the act.
There are instances, she added, when pilots go out with younger stewardess.
Not all are so discreet, the air hostess claimed.
While mile-high action certainly takes place in the skies, a lot of the raunchy fun happens when the crew land in a foreign country and head back to hotels.
She claims that most of the younger fleet are aged under 21 so can’t go out and drink, so many of them have room parties and it is where many of the pilots will get their “claws into them basically.”
One of the hardest parts of the job, she claims, is dealing with angry passengers who are rude and tired out during the flight.
The air hostess, who has had a long-term partner back home so doesn’t partake in the wild sex antics, said that airlines have got stricter in recent times, so the job isn’t as fun as it once was.