I went to the toilet at that point, and I can tell you neither the attendant nor the passenger were on the Affaires cabin.
Maybe they were in F, maybe somewhere else, I don't know.
Then again, I don't need to be checking out people in the process of joining the Mile High Club OT: I've had both FAs and other fellow female pax make passes at me, and while I'm flattered, I usually have to show them the wedding ring.
My neighbors seat was empty for at least 40 minutes, during which the man was nowhere to be seen.
Unprofessional definitely but with no verification, you shouldn't assume.
I don't remember what happened next, I recall that from that moment there were two categories of flight attendants: those who knew what was going on, and those who didn't.
Every time a cabin crew that knew, walked pass the passenger, they kind of smiled at him.
Lena Masri, an attorney for the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) in Michigan, said: 'She began coordinating with the other flight attendant on duty so that when a passenger requested alcohol, the other flight attendant would accommodate that request.
Stanley began working for the airline three years ago, and converted to Islam a year later.
But then, as soon as the sign went off, the rendezvous...
The passenger stood up and met the flight attendant by the restroom, where they were chatting friendly for some minutes.
But I've never seen it taken even close to this far on the plane.
I've always found the FAs to be very descreet about their flirting and to not let in interfere with their work, which I think is fine.
If it interferes with their work and effects negatively other passengers, then it's totally out of line.