United Airlines uses young, blond female crew for sports teams: suit

Maybe they should change their motto to “fly friendly – and much” White – Sky. ”

United Airlines packs its planes with a crew of young, white, blonde, blue-eyed women – all opting for their “sexual lure” – a new lawsuit alleging that whenever the National Football League and Major League Baseball take charter flights Is.

Meanwhile, flight attendants who are very old and dark have been banned from plum routes, according to Bloomberg News, which claimed Saturday.

So, according to the lawsuit, they don’t get any of the lifts that go with sport-team flights, including higher salaries, premium amenities, supplemental tickets, and “extremely valuable” infield passes.

California was sued Friday by two flight attendants, a black woman who has worked at the airline for 28 years and a Jewish woman who has worked there for 34 years.

He says he has been repeatedly asked to hand over sports charter flights, which take players and staff from the National Collegiate Athletic Association along with NFL and MLB teams.

But if their requests are denied, the supervisors will say that the two teams are not on “preferred” lists based on their preferences, the lawsuit says.

Arrondants, Sharon Tesler and Kim Gilory, later found that assignments were being given to “senior, young, white, blonde / blue-eyed, female employees” with less seniority, the lawsuit states.

The value of these selected employees “fully takes into account their racial and physical qualities and fanatical notions of sexual temptation.”

The women claimed, “United have created an abominable situation.

It “knows that decades of laws and policies preventing discrimination on the basis of age, race and ethnicity and gender do not exist.”

The airline did not immediately respond to a request for comment.