- Many Asian airlines base their brand image on young, attractive flight attendants
- The jury is still out on whether sex appeal actually sells more seats
- In China, some flight attendant hopefuls learn kung-fu to face "stressful situations"
- "It is kosher in Asia to push youth and beauty," says one airline CEO
- Legal issues: Grounded at 30?
- Profits: No link between beauty, bottom line?
- Offensive: Is "sexy" a bad word?
Read more : http://edition.cnn.com/2013/03/20/travel/asia-flight-attendants
How one Thai budget carrier keeps its flight attendants young and hot?
It's all about marketing, not sexism, says Nok Air's colorful CEO
Read more : http://travel.cnn.com/bangkok/life/thai-budget-carrier-young-295067
How to reject propositions and other flight attendant training tips?
We sit in on a Asiana Airlines' flight attendant experience class with 27 bright-eyed hopefuls
Read more: http://travel.cnn.com/seoul/play/how-reject-propositions-and-other-flight-attendant-training-tips
Thai airline's sexy calendar too hot for the government
Maxim models strip down for the Nok Air month tracker. No stranger to controversy, the CEO explains why it's not at all sexist
Read more: http://travel.cnn.com/thai-airlines-sexy-calendar-too-hot-government-076031
Asiana Airlines' cabin crews say 'no' to skirts
Don't call them "trolley dollies" -- Asiana's female crew want to scrap outdated, sexist regulations on uniforms and more
Read more: http://travel.cnn.com/seoul/life/asiana-cabin-staff-say-no-skirts-100660
9 easy ways to make a flight attendant go insane
An anonymous airline crew member lets rip on passengers' most annoying habits
Read more: http://travel.cnn.com/bangkok/visit/9-easy-ways-make-flight-attendant-go-insane-609432