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An airline will stop flight attendants from wearing face masks after passengers complained they couldn’t see their smiles


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June 18, 2020, 6:13 PM CDT

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  • Garuda Indonesia, the nation’s national flag carrier, plans to stop letting flight attendants wear face masks after passengers complained that they couldn’t see flight attendants smiles.
  • According to The Jakarta Post, the airline is looking into other options, such as plastic face shields, to replace the masks.
  • Flight attendants will continue to wear masks in the meantime. Indonesia’s transportation ministry requires cabin crewmembers
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The Indonesian national flag carrier Garuda Indonesia is planning to drop face masks for flight attendants after passengers complained that they couldn’t see the cabin crewmembers’ smiles.

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Newlywed downed 4 beers before flight, went on homophobic rant and attacked flight attendants on way to his honeymoon


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A man on an easyJet flight was supposed to be on his way to Egypt, where he was set to celebrate his honeymoon with his bride. Instead, he has been handed seven months in jail after he drunkenly assaulted two flight attendants and went on a homophobic rant.

The court heard that he was escorted off the plane by police officers who he abused, calling one of them a ‘baldy c***’. His wife was heard shouting: ‘Look at what you’ve done. You have f****** off our honeymoon!’

Judge David Rennie said: ‘It was like a child having a tantrum. You chose to drink four pints and to behave in a foul-mouthed, highly abusive manner. Something of your true character did reveal itself.

‘We do have to ask why airports are selling that amount of alcohol outside of usual licensing hours.

‘An attack on the perceived sexuality of these men was utterly shameful. People like you find yourself on the edge of society.

‘Only an immediate custodial sentence can be justified.’ 

 

Michael Cunnett, 38, was jailed for seven months today for punching two easyJet crew members after downing four pints of Stella ahead of the 9am flight in February