Before you cry into your plate of wings though, we thought it'd be fun to run down some other niche airlines that barely got off the ground, either literally or figuratively. Here are few you might've missed, starting with our favorite:. Was that so wrong?
Two passengers reportedly tackled the naked passenger and locked him in a bathroom. A passenger on an Alaska Airlines flight took off his clothes and ran up and down the aisle, the New York Daily News reports. The passenger was on flightwhich was traveling from Seattle to Anchorage on Monday.
However as he neared the jet-bridge, the man started taking off his clothes. Having stripped down to his birthday suit — much to the bewilderment of onlookers — the man tried to make a dash for flight U6 to Crimea. Halfway through his attempt, he was intercepted by security staff and brought back to the airport, where he was detained till police officers arrived at the scene.
Andrew Collins was the victim of outrageous governmental misconduct after he unwittingly flashed people in the main terminal of Denver International Airport on the morning of Sept. United Airlines suspended Collins of Leesburg, Va. I had no idea.
This will not post anything on Facebook or anywhere else. Most flights, at least for me, are a distinctly boring affair. They're uncomfortable, the food is strange and there's kids channeling their inner banshee across every row.
It's well documented that our friends in Germany have no problem with nudity. Now, a German travel agency is taking the country's love of naturism to the skies - literally. Although fliers must be fully clothed when they board and disembark the aircraft, they're free to wander around the cabin in the buff after take off.
The two men and a woman, who have been sent home, were part of a drinking session during a stopover here, The Sun reported on Thursday last week July 4. Quoting an inside source, the British news site said the cabin crew had smuggled alcohol from the plane to "have a good time" during their layover after a hour flight from Heathrow Airport in London. There was snogging and stripping and fumbling between the crew members, who were all naked," the source alleged.
Passengers aboard an Alaska Airlines flight from Seattle to Anchorage received an unwelcome surprise when a passenger stripped naked and ran the length of the cabin. According to former Alaska Sen. Johnny Ellis, who was on Monday's flight, the man was yelling and waving before being tackled by two passengers and locked in the bathroom.
THIS is the shocking airline advert which sees flight attendants take off - their clothes, that is. The ad, by a Kazakhstani travel firm called Chocotravel, shows seven female flight attendants wearing nothing but their scarves as they reel off a series of special offers. The short promo starts with a shot of two women up close, before zooming out to reveal that they definitely aren't wearing regulation airline uniform.
The odd advertising strategy from cut-price travel company Chocotravel has crashed and burned with customers. A travel company's outlandish advert featuring nude air hostesses has gone down like a lead balloon with customers. Kazakhstan's Chocotravel released a video promoting their budget flight services, which adds nothing to the price of a plane ticket.