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[pullquote] We contacted Delta, Southwest, United and American Airlines and each carrier said that they have no policy preventing flight attendants from fraternizing with passengers.
[sidebar] “It’s not hopeless at all,” said Brian Easley, a veteran flight attendant with a blog called Straight Guy in the Queer Skies.
The wild “Coffee, Tea or Me” era of flying is long gone, but frequent fliers still want to know: is it socially acceptable to ask out your flight attendant?
And if you can summon up the courage to try it, what are your chances?
“Good looks definitely help because flight attendants don’t have a lot of time to talk.
But if you’re clever, you can still find ways to catch a flight attendant’s attention.” Women love a good-looking man in a uniform, but men have been fantasizing about stewardesses since at least the 1960s, when wild stories about their supposedly debauched lifestyle began to circulate.
Amanda Pleva, a flight attendant with 11 years experience, recently wrote a story called, “I Was Not the Stewardess of His Porn Movies,” after she dated a passenger who drew a portrait of her from behind, and then talked about little else but sex on their only date.