"The Flight Attendant" nominee partied on anyway with pizza, cake, mac and cheese — and a tiara!
Terrified of coronavirus, flight crews balked at the instructions as an infringement on employees’ freedom of speech.
"All of these empty airports and empty planes breed an incredible amount of fear in everyone I’m working with. And then there is fear of the virus itself."
At least one flight attendant died and more than 100 have tested positive for COVID-19 so far.
The lack of clear disclosure added a new layer of panic for workers whose union organizing efforts the airline is battling.
Three people on the flight tested positive for the coronavirus before landing but had no symptoms, authorities said.
As Congress weighs an aviation bailout that could top $100 billion, unions want that money to keep workers on the payroll.
How you can support those working in the airline industry, and what to do if you have to fly right now.
In a video, the man repeatedly jabs at the back of the seat. On Twitter, a debate ensued about airplane etiquette.
Matthew Dingley, 28, allegedly beat a flight attendant, tried to enter the cockpit and injured several police in a violent outburst Thursday.