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Pages: 256

Language: English

Publisher: Ebury Press (5 Mar. 2009)

By: Elliot Hester(Author)

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What is it about air travel that brings out the craziest, rudest and most ridiculous side of human nature? After fourteen years as an air steward Elliot Hester still doesn't know. However, he does know all about crazy passengers, stressed-out crew and the infamous Mile High club. A tell-all exposé from real-life experience, Air Confidential reveals what really goes on behind the scenes and down the aisles of aeroplanes everywhere.

We meet Miguel Mendoza, the playboy of the skies; Big Bertha, the flight attendant from hell; and the arrogant business man so terrified of mild turbulence he cries all the way to Miami.

Packed full of scandalous tales of drunkenness, debauchery and generally bad behaviour (and not just from the passengers), these stories are so funny you'll choke on your complimentary mini-pretzels.

"Will have you falling about in the aisle seats" (Woman’s Own)"Tighten your seatbelt and assume the brace position. This is the flight attendant's revenge!" (Lonely Planet)"A very funny tell-all book" (The National Enquirer)


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  • By Judith A. Kay on 7 October 2009

    I had high hopes for this to be a funny book, but it was not. Just a dreary series of 'in jokes' which probably mean a lot to the crew, but fall flat elsewhere as they always do, and supposedly amusing stories tied together with dreary descriptions of the crew uniform, being late for flights, on and on. An insight into the unpleasant habits of the general public but I suspect that these wannabee authors swap tales, as the same ones keep appearing in similar books.

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