The airline also received heavy criticism for having bikini fashion shows on its flights which compromised flight safety regulations. Social media in the communist nation erupted after photos of the event were posted online, including a snap of an awkward-looking man being embraced by a woman in a low-cut top and red underwear, with his seatmate giggling. In China, thousands of women attended a beauty pageant in Qingdao in an attempt to become flight attendants. Another traveller, Le Nguyen, wrote: Mr Khanh, who said the proceeds from sales of the VietJet calendar go to charity, acknowledged that there could be big changes in the content for the next version.
Vietnam’s Bikini Airlines Set To Create Country’s First Female Billionaire
Male Female Other Gender. Please Update your browser Your browser is out of date, and may not be compatible with our website. The airline pledged to launch in the UK in The airline, which launched in , has now unveiled a new flight route from Vietnam to India. They have 38 planes in their fleet and they currently serve 23 domestic and 10 international destinations. Third IndiGo aircraft grounded in last 24 hours. The airline will fly four times a week, starting sometime between July and August this year.
Bikini-clad cabin crew ditched for flights to Muslim country — RT Viral
AeroTime Team on 19 th June However, good looking and not-so-modestly dressed stewardesses are far from new in aviation, as history shows. But by letting our guards down, we become the top prey for s The team were heading home from China, where they had suffered a crushing defeat against Uzbekistan in the Under Asian Football Confederation championship. Jay said that the company had recognized Indonesia, the country with the largest population in Southeast Asia, as a potential market. As photos of the players looking awkward as flight staff bedecked in frilly underpants, feathers and sequins interacted with them emerged on social media, Vietnamese reacted angrily. Georgia man sentenced to life in racial murder case views.
Well, that or lingerie come on, we've all seen lingerie football on TV. The company recently released a calendar of bikini-clad models on their Airbus planes, and there has been an ongoing debate over whether oversexualizing its air hostesses has lead to an increase in in-flight assaults on both passengers and cabin crew. While the bikini stunt attracted a lot of controversy for objectifying women and inviting sexual harassment, it also shot the local carrier to fame and made its CEO, Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao, the first female billionaire in the country. I will boycott Vietjet for this. X You have read of 10 stories this month.