On Monday, American Eagle flight attendant Jose Serrano apparently couldn’t take the heat as passengers became impatient on their weather-delayed flight to Raleigh-Durham, N.C.
Prosecutors say the Belle Harbor home of the former flight attendant charged with opening an emergency chute during a work meltdown was burglarized by his partner’s brother.
The fed-up flight attendant who waved goodbye to his career in a spectacular exit down an emergency chute made a soft landing in court Tuesday.
The former Jet Blue flight attendant who had a meltdown is working on a deal to avoid prison.
JetBlue Airways says that there will be no second exits for famed flight attendant Steven Slater.
Looks like Steven Slater won’t be using a bike to make any grand getaways anytime soon.
A mother told aviation police she slapped her crying 13-month-old daughter on a flight between Dallas and Albuquerque because the child kicked her, authorities said.
JetBlue is bringing back its popular All-You-Can-Jet pass that allows customers to travel to an unlimited number of cities over a one-month period for $699.
Even after his spectacular meltdown, JetBlue flight attendant Steven Slater says he shouldn’t be fired, and he picked up the backing of a powerful airline employees union on Friday.
Did you hear WCBS 880′s Pat Farnack speak with Ben Zimmer about “Slaterisms” that have come from incident involving JetBlue flight attendant Steven Slater?
Where flight attendant Steven Slater tells “one” story, passengers are now saying there’s a whole other side of him that’s quite different from the folk hero and victim he’s been made out to be.
The part of the JetBlue flight attendant’s bizarre story that has yet to be addressed is how Steven Slater’s unique escape to freedom has exposed gaps in JFK Airport security.
The bizarre case of an angered employee quitting his job in dramatic fashion has caught the attention of people across the country, and the admiration of disgruntled employees everywhere.
After spending a night in a penthouse apartment away from the spotlight, it was a relaxed, former JetBlue flight attendant who greeted the cameras Wednesday.
After one night on Rikers Island, JetBlue flight attendant Steven Slater made his $2,500 bail on Tuesday and was quickly wisked away into a waiting mini-van.