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What goes on up there?

What goes on up there?

Stewardesses and pilots speak up about what really happens when you’re tucked in your business class seat.


November 4, 2009 12:41 by

Kipp’s always been curious what happens behind closed curtains on planes, and while we’ve tried to pester stewardesses for juicy details, we got nowhere.

But The Times did. Check out Confessions of a cabin crew.


Here’s an excerpt:

“A lady boarded with the biggest hair and became quite on edge when she saw she had a window seat. She told me: ‘I can’t sit there, I’ve just had my hair done and have an important meeting when we get there. If anyone opens the window, it’ll be ruined.’”


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