stewardess


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stewardess

a woman who performs a steward's job on an aircraft or ship
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The witness said: "A male passenger lost the plot with a stewardess and was close to assaulting her.
The airline authorities have launched an investigation.In a similar incident,a PIA stewardess had gone missing in Canadalast year but was later traced.
Diamond Girl is a 103 foot Johnson Motor Yacht, with 4 guest staterooms for a total of 8 guests, 4 crew including a Captain, Chef, First Mate and Stewardess; it is $47,000/week for the yacht and crew this winter in the Caribbean, plus all expenses and crew gratuity, if earned.
A FORMER travel agent has been jailed for shouting abuse at an air stewardess and leaving children frightened and in tears during a twohour boozy rant on a flight.
On an Emirates flight flying from Madrid to Dubai in June 2018, a Romanian stewardess encountered the off-duty Emirati pilot, who was drunk and behaved in an unruly manner.
'I don't have a comment on this because whether it is revealing or not, then the eyes should stray away from looking at the stewardess.
de Ocampo on a Philippine Airlines (PAL) flight to Puerto Princesa when stewardess Anita Generosa S.
On March 17, the steward who was the first reported case of measles and the stewardess came into contact with a 30-year old Taiwanese man who contracted measles in Thailand and flew to Okinawa in Japan where he was treated.
Several people gasped, and as the father wiped the child's tears, a stewardess picked the package up.
Sixty years after the Munich air disaster, heroic stewardess Rosemary Cheverton tells PAUL BYRNE how, barefoot in the snow, she helped save lives SIXTY years ago a shocked young air stewardess stepped gingerly from the wreckage of a shattered plane in Munich.
The front page of the Daily Mirror from the time of the crash SIXTY years ago a shocked young air stewardess stepped gingerly from the wreckage of a shattered plane in Munich.