All air stewardesses are hot.

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macrumors Penryn
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Ok ok, maybe not all of them, but if I had to make a guess, I'd say 33% are hot, while 75% of them at least have nice bodies.

I was on a plane from Sydney to Adelaide, and there were 3 stewardesses, and 1 steward (ie: "male stewardess"). One of them was H.O.T., one was pretty/cute, and the other was above average. On the plane ride back from Adelaide to Sydney, 2 of the stewardesses were fresh off the pages of Spank My Monkey magazine, while I didn't pay attention to the other one because it was a 90 minute flight and my eyes didn't move beyond the first 2 that I saw! :eek:

And don't even get me started on the ones I have had on Cathay Pacific and China Airlines. I'm Chinese, and for someone who wasn't born in Asia, I consider myself quite good at differentiating Chinese people from Japanese, Korean, Thai, Hong Kong-ese, etc. On those recent flights to and from Asia, I couldn't tell you anything about those stewardesses. All I could tell you is that they either came from Heaven, or some sweet sweet (but nasty nasty) porn film.

Ever try to sleep with an erection on an airplane? *shakes head* The nerve of those girls, walking around......looking all sexy and stuff. How dare they!! :mad:

SEXUAL INNUENDO: I ask the stewardess how long it would be before we land, and the hottest stewardess on the plane had the nerve to say, "I'm not sure, but I'll tell you before I go down." :eek:

Needless to say, the plane was full of guys who had to use the toilets.
 

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I think it's quite dependant on the which airline you are flying. But I find those at Cathay Pacific quite normal. However, I find those from Japan and Korea a lot more beautiful, maybe that's my preference.
 

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Yeah, it was Virgin Blue for the flights in Australia.

While on the plane (wide awake), I was wondering how it could be possible to do this? It can't be legal, right?

But other airlines get away with it anyway. :confused: And it's so obvious, too. The % of beautiful women in the general public is much much lower than it is in the airline industry.

In some situations, say in strip clubs or something (I've never been), I could understand since sexiness is what drives their business. But the airline industry?
 

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Yeah, it was Virgin Blue for the flights in Australia.

While on the plane (wide awake), I was wondering how it could be possible to do this? It can't be legal, right?

But other airlines get away with it anyway. :confused: And it's so obvious, too. The % of beautiful women in the general public is much much lower than it is in the airline industry.

In some situations, say in strip clubs or something (I've never been), I could understand since sexiness is what drives their business. But the airline industry?
If you fly around Europe (BA UK internal flights especially) then there are a lot of simply average looking ones. There is a weight (and I think height) limit though which may be skewing things somewhat.

Some evidence to back myself up!

From here (this is for BA):
"To be a minimum of 5ft 2in [1.58 metres] in height, with weight in proportion. Weight must be of such proportion that the ability to perform all job functions is not hindered. The ability to, whilst facing forward, walk and fit comfortably down the aisle, fit quickly through the overwing window exit, and to fit into a jump seat harness without modification including closure without a seatbelt extension."

So no fat ones!
 

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Virgin is actually in a bit o' legal trouble for apparently having a "hotness" standard when hiring.

I think it should be a worldwide standard cause those girls are smokin'.

Honestly I'd rather be served by a surly hot flight attendant than a surly old fat plain flight attendant.
 

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robbieduncan said:
If you fly around Europe (BA UK internal flights especially) then there are a lot of simply average looking ones. There is a weight (and I think height) limit though which may be skewing things somewhat.
Of course there are! Imagine a female flight attendant being 5'11" tall and weighing 350lbs serving drinks and food... You can imagine what would happen if she leans over to the other side for serving since her butt would be right the height of your face... No thanks!



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^^Your cyclic conversation is making me motion sick. :p

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robbieduncan said:
From here (this is for BA):
"To be a minimum of 5ft 2in [1.58 metres] in height, with weight in proportion. Weight must be of such proportion that the ability to perform all job functions is not hindered. The ability to, whilst facing forward, walk and fit comfortably down the aisle, fit quickly through the overwing window exit, and to fit into a jump seat harness without modification including closure without a seatbelt extension."

So no fat ones!
I understand the size consideration (ie: must be no wider than the aisle), but so many of them are pretty as well.

@Chundles: I wonder how Virgin Blues female "flight attendants" feel knowing that Virgin hires people based on hotness?
 

Chundles

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Their called "Cabin Crew" on the flights I'm on.
It's "They're", not "their" /grammar nazi

Yeah, the flight attendants, customer service managers and anybody else in the main part of the plane serving the punters are the "Cabin Crew."

The Captain, First Officer and Second Officer/Flight Engineer (if there are any 2nd O's around) are the "Tech Crew."
 

groovebuster

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BTW...

The most ugly flight attendants I ever had were on a flight from London to Ottawa with Canadian Airlines. It was not long before they were bought out by Air Canada, maybe in 1998.

The plane was a DC-10, an old POS. We started with a delay of 5 hours because they had to change an engine. The interior of the plane was still in its original design. Lots of orange, typical for the late 70's. The cabin crew must have been from the same time, they probably grew old together with the plane... They were all at least mid 40's...

There are women in this age group who look really good and beautiful... the flight attendants on this flight definitely didn't belong to this group.

:rolleyes:

groovebuster
 

barneygumble

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Whatever the practices i must say i condone it:D, speaking from 4 flights i took recently the Qantas attendants were not very attrative (one of them was wearing hideous amounts of makeup) but the virgin blue attendents were um shall we say something special, needless to say i bought many drinks of them, all part of their devious plan:rolleyes:
 

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I don't care what they look like, as long as they're competent/strong enough to toss my fat butt down the slide in the event of an accident! :eek:
 

gwuMACaddict

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just got off of a united airlines flight from london to dc last night...

one of the girls was very very cute... none of the others were ugly, just nothing i'd write home about
 

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Chundles said:
It's "They're", not "their" /grammar nazi

Yeah, the flight attendants, customer service managers and anybody else in the main part of the plane serving the punters are the "Cabin Crew."

The Captain, First Officer and Second Officer/Flight Engineer (if there are any 2nd O's around) are the "Tech Crew."
It's also "They're," not "They're",
 

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homerjward said:
It's also "They're," not "They're",
There is disagreement about that... the quote-punctuation-quote rule applies to quoted speech, but many are beginning to accept that the quote-quote-punctuation usage isn't incorrect when applied to phrases or words.
 

jsw

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gwuMACaddict said:
just got off of a united airlines flight from london to dc last night...

one of the girls was very very cute... none of the others were ugly, just nothing i'd write home about
To paraphrase the Beetles: All you need is one.
 

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Whatever you do, just stay away from Aer Lingus & Ryanair stewardesses. They are mean!