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Seattle burlesque dancer says she was denied boarding JetBlue flight over short Air Malta shared a little love in the skies in April 2015.

The website posted updates on the 'love flight' to its Twitter account, which drew the attention of users from around the world. Read the full story here. The koalas named Paddle, Pellita, Chan and Idalia were sent by Australia to Singapore to mark that country's 50th independence anniversary. The airline photographed the cute foursome being served eucalyptus and other refreshments by flight attendants before they were safely returned to their specially built climate controlled containers for the actual flight. Read the full story here. In videos posted to YouTube by a fellow plane passenger, Karen Halnon can be seen smoking a cigarette and also rants about President Obama and oil. pandora music australia Halnon told New York's Daily News that the cigarette was a symbol for a smoking gun and her show of support to cigarette smoking revolutionaries like Fidel Castro. "I know that might sound somewhat esoteric to other people, but I'm an intellectual, so that's what I intended," she told the Daily News. (Courtesy Miami Dade County Corrections) A flight attendant who showed off her curvy body in modelling shoots has been fired by Turkish Airlines. Airline brass decided that Zuhal Sengul, 31, went a pandora charms for sale online little too far in wearing far too little in a photo shoot with an Italian magazine. The head of the airline's union says Turkish Airlines is trying to "shape the company to fit its own political and ideological stance," and the full figured Sengul, a vegan who has a black belt in karate, isn't portraying a proper image. Read the full story here. (Facebook) Hey Twitter, do you know Katie? Katie from Nova Scotia, Canada? That was pretty much how a global search for an Irishman's crush started. And in a true testament to the power of the Internet, Jamie Kelly has found his airplane seatmate in a love story that's gone viral. They met on a Ryanair flight from Barcelona to Dublin last month. They hit it off and chatted the entire flight. Sparks flew. But the two became separated at the customs line, with the Irishman queuing in the EU only lane, and Katie Moreau, of Riverport, Nova Scotia, taking the non EU line. Read the full story here. (Twitter) In late summer 2014, legroom wars broke out on three flights over a two week period. First, United Airlines said flight 1462 from Newark to Denver diverted to Chicago and two were passengers ejected owing to a disturbance after one of the passengers used a $22 gadget dubbed the "Knee Defender" which blocks the seat in front from reclining. Then, a Frenchman was arraigned in Boston after becoming disruptive charm bracelets pandora when the passenger in front of him reclined their seat on American Airlines flight 62 from Miami to Paris. Finally, a 32 year old woman trying to snooze on a tray table on a flight from New York to West Palm Beach, Florida became the latest offender Monday when the woman in front slammed her seat back, bashing her alleged victim's head at the end of the Labour Day holiday weekend. Read the full story here. (Shutterstock) 'Hangin' With Mr. Cooper' actor Mark Curry was left fuming at an airport in Dallas, Texas in May 2015 after an airline employee randomly confronted him about carrying a loaded weapon. The first thing the pandora jewelry bracelet lady said to me (was), 'Do you have a loaded weapon?' What? Delta, all black people don't have loaded weapons! That's the first thing she said to me at (the) first class (desk). She didn't say hello, she said, 'Do you have a weapon?' She was black.!" Read the full story here. Air India said it had received no complaints about a lizard surprising passengers in flight, though one source told the Times of India that "a flight attendant got the said meal from the galley and soon after it was placed on to the tray, the passenger was heard screaming." Watch the full video here. (Twitter) A United Airlines captain threw bullets in a trash bin accessible to passengers and later flushed them down a toilet on board a flight that he was piloting to Germany. A United spokeswoman said that the pilot should not have thrown the bullets in the toilet. She said the pilot hasn't been fired but that the incident is still under investigation. Airline spokeswoman Karen May said the pilot is allowed to carry a gun on domestic flights under a post 9 11 federal program. Read the full story here. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip) Delta Air Lines had to apologize to passengers after a confrontation between two flight attendants in January 2016 led pilots to make an unscheduled landing halfway through the trip. The Aviation Herald, a website that tracks accidents and other incidents involving planes, said Delta flight 2598 was headed from Los Angeles to Minneapolis on Jan. 22 when two flight attendants got into a fist fight and the captain decided to land in Salt Lake City. The Herald said the plane stayed on the ground for more than an hour before resuming the flight to Minneapolis. Read the full story here. (Associated Press files) A baby born on a plane operated by Philippines' Cebu Pacific airline in August 2016 is destined to become a global explorer after winning one million air points. The infant girl, dubbed Haven, was delivered by cabin crew on Cebu Pacific and two nurses on board the plane as it was en route from Dubai to Manila. To celebrate, the airline awarded the baby a million of its in house loyalty points, which can be used for free travel on its flights and can be shared with Haven's family. (Getty Images) A Seattle burlesque dancer says she wasn't allowed to board her JetBlue flight after flight crew deemed her shorts were too short. On May 18, Maggie McMuffin was waiting at the Boston airport to board a connecting flight to Seattle, reports Seattle CBS station KIRO 7. She had already flown from New York to Boston with JetBlue without issue. McMuffin told the station she was approached by a gate attendant who "told me that she was really sorry for bringing this up but just what I was wearing was not appropriate and the flight crew had discussed it and the pilot had decided that I needed to put something else on or I would not be allowed to board the flight." The dancer said she offered to tie her sweater around her waist, but only was allowed to board after purchasing a larger pair of shorts in the terminal. In a statement to KIRO 7, JetBlue said gate and on board crew discussed the customer clothing and determined that the burlesque shorts may offend other families on the flight.

While the customer was not denied boarding, the crew members politely asked if she could change. The customer agreed and continued on the flight without interruption.".

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