The United flight attendant called “Hott Schott” on Instagram, made an Instagram stir by turning herself upside down in a kind of gymnastics move where she supports her body on the arm chairs of two seats on either end of the walkway of the United Boeing 737 she generally flies for work, then hoisting up her legs into the air and placing her heels on two open overhead compartments, then pushing on them to close them.
You have to see it to believe it.
More people should because they would see the fun side of United. And why not? If Southwest Airlines can be known for a rapping flight attendant United Airlines should be known for an athletic one!
Rebecca, at no point, violated United Airlines social media policies. Also, her real name was on her Instagram account. She was not hiding. Moreover, many of her United Airlines co-workers were featured in her posts as well as her travels. Rebecca Schott represents the best of United Airlines. This is welcome relief from the many items of bad news about United Arlines, and much of that not deserved.
United Airlines and its fans must fight to give a more desirable picture of what it is: an organization full of very good people who mean well, work hard, and have a good time.
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