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Spirit Flight Attendant Praises ‘Nasty Women’ On Flight To Women’s March

Spirit Flight Attendant

Courtesy: Spirit Airlines

Spirit Flight Attendant Praises ‘Nasty Women’ On Flight To March

Yesterday we posted about a flight to Washington, DC, which was mostly filled with women flying to participate in today’s women march, changed their mood lighting to pink in solidarity with the women activists.  It appears that Spirit Airlines also had its own showing of support on one of their flights.  A Spirit flight attendant praised the people on the flight who were traveling to D.C. for the march.

Twitter user @FlorBlake posted a tweet on her account from on board a Spirit Airlines flight in route to Baltimore for the Women’s March that is being held today (Due to a technical issue, the embed function was not working.  The link to the video:

 

Spirit Flight Attendant

Courtesy: @FlorBlake on Twitter

In the video posted by the passenger, the flight attendant said, “I just want to know, how many of you are going to the March on Washington?  You guys are going to the Women’s March, right? Let’s get a round of applause for all the nasty women on board.  Stay safe, stay hydrated, have a good time, watch out for your fellow sisters. Just remember, we don’t take no ‘ish’ from no man.”

We asked Spirit Airlines for a comment on the flight attendant’s announcement, but at the time of publishing, they did not respond.

On Thursday, a Southwest flight to Washington turned the mood lighting on the aircraft to pink, in supposed solidarity with the people on board flying to the women’s march.  In a statement, Southwest Airlines said that it did not represent the views of the company, but that individuals crews have the ability to adjust the mood lighting to meet individual customer desires on a specific flight.

What are your thoughts on the flight attendant’s announcement?  We’d love to hear your thoughts, as it has certainly caused controversy on the Twitter post that made the announcement public.

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