#Spirit Airlines flight attendant attack

Woman attacks Spirit Airlines flight attendants, gets zip-tied by passenger, records show

A woman reportedly attacked two flight attendants on a Spirit Airlines flight to Nashville on Saturday night, was restrained by a fellow passenger, and then yelled at police officers to "shoot me" when they arrested her, an arrest affidavit showed. Airport police arrested a 42-year old female for public intoxication after the flight crew contacted officers on the ground at Nashville International Airport around 7 p.m., according to the affidavit. ...
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Chaos Onboard: Woman Attacks Two Spirit Airlines Flight Attendants

An intoxicated Spirit Airlines passenger was arrested after attacking two flight attendants on a flight from Florida. Intoxicated Woman Attacks Spirit Airlines Flight Attendants With Punches And Hair Pulling. The incident occurred Saturday evening on Spirt Airlines 222 from Fort Lauderdale (FLL) to Nashville (BNA). While it isn’t clear what...
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Woman attacks Spirit Airlines flight attendants after she allegedly got drunk

A woman needed to be restrained by a fellow passenger on a Spirit Airlines flight to Nashville Saturday when she allegedly got drunk and attacked two flight attendants. A 42-year-old woman was charged with public intoxication, court records showed. The suspect yelled at arresting officers to “shoot me” and told them she had “a lot” to drink, according to the Tennessean.
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Sunday was the busiest day for air travel since the start of the pandemic

More than 2.4 million people moved through U.S. airport security checkpoints Sunday, the busiest day for domestic air travel since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, the Transportation Security Administration said Monday. The sheer volume of people flying for the Thanksgiving holiday marked a milestone for air travel as passenger...

Female Passenger Arrested For Punching a Southwest Airlines Flight Attendant

A Southwest Airlines flight attendant has been hospitalized after being punched in the head by an unruly passenger before takeoff on a Saturday afternoon flight between Dallas and New York LaGuardia Airport. The incident took place after a female passenger boarded the 12:40 p.m. flight and entered into what police say is a “verbal altercation” with one flight attendant before allegedly punching another after being asked to leave the aircraft. The victim is in stable condition. “We have a Station Manager with her at the hospital with the full support of her Southwest Family sending our thoughts, prayers, and love,” an airline spokesman told NBC News “Southwest Airlines maintains a zero-tolerance policy regarding any type of harassment or assault and fully support our Employee as we cooperate with local authorities regarding this unacceptable incident.”
New York Post

Two Spirit Airlines gate agents injured in caught-on-video attack

Wild video captured three passengers attacking two Spirit Airlines employees who asked them to make sure their carry-on bags were the right size before boarding their flight from Detroit to Atlanta. Both airline agents were injured and one was taken to a hospital after being assaulted by the passengers inside...
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Pregnant mom kicked off flight for 2-year-old not wearing mask

Video shows a Spirit Airlines flight attendant threatening to kick a family of four off a plane in Florida on Monday — arguing that their 2-year-old girl wasn’t wearing a mask. All of the passengers on the flight from Orlando to Atlantic City were eventually forced to get off the...

What flight attendants want you to know about traveling right now

(CNN) — Your checklist for airplane travel this holiday season: High quality, comfortable mask; hand sanitizer; early airport arrival; an easy to remove jacket, shoes, laptop and toiletries for the security checkpoint. Yet according to flight attendants, pre-planning may not prepare you for the full reality of flying in 2021...