AA Flight Attendant Spills Tray of Drinks on the Airline's Head Honcho

AA Flight Attendant Spills Tray of Drinks on the Airline's Head Honcho

Ms Peters soon expressed her horror in an Instagram post.

A flight attendant in the United States saw her entire career flash by after she accidentally spilt a whole tray of drinks on the airline's chief executive.

About serving drinks in the cabin when she was kindly bumped by another passenger, peters posted details on the internet.

Yes, a direct hit on her airline's top boss with a full tray of drinks. While Parker was doused by the rest she says half of those drinks spilled on her. "(Like am I still employed?!) I'm still slightly traumatized/embarrassed", Peters admitted.

Maddie Peters said she's worked for the airline for 4 years and never spilled a drink on a passenger.

"American is swapping flight 300 to a new aircraft, as our team reviews the incident and inspects the aircraft", American Airlines said.

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The spokesperson added that Mr Parker took the unfortunate spill "in good stride". They even chatted and joked about the fumble throughout the flight.

She said that she dropped the tray and the drinks splashed on Parker and on herself.

"When he was getting off the plane he told me he'd never forget me.... guess that's a good thing right?" she wrote.

"Most people never even meet their CEO let alone shower them with beverages", she shared on Instagram, along with a picture of the pair looking like fast friends.

They also got a photo to document the memory that's "too good of a story not to tell".

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