The alliance, which is an American Airlines flight attendant, calls for a video investigation that has become viral over the weekend. The Union said video that includes American Airlines employees in a routine burlesque practice is "humiliating" to flight attendants and crew members. seated man depicting a client of "top platinum". The sketch includes the name and logo of American Airlines on the screen.
"This can not happen in today's environment, and we will not tolerate our profession being sexually objectified," said Lori Bassani, president of the Association of Professional Flight Teams. , says a statement. "We want the facts about the company's participation and we want answers." February 18, 2019
American Airlines said the skate was performed at a concert organized by the client in a private residence. The airline said it did not control the content or viewed the agenda.
"What is depicted in a wand has not been sanctioned by the airline and is not a representative of 27,000 professional air hostesses caring for many millions of customers each year," the airline said in a statement sent to its employees on Sunday "We spoke to the client who published the original video, and we shared our concerns that the actions depicted in a wand he witnessed were demeaning to our professional flight attendants and crew members in the industry."
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Since then, Larrowis took the video, like "the people in the wagon are on the AA's bill of salary, and they have outside a group called Salute where they perform concerts. no one saw him before he showed it. "