By Mandy Smith
The secrets and techniques of the Mile excessive membership printed ...
Mandy Smith spent twelve years strutting down the aisles as one in every of Richard Branson's attractive and sassy flight attendants. In Cabin Fever she tells the nice, the undesirable and the downright naughty stories of existence within the air.
From facing projectile vomit and big name tantrums to sipping Manhattans and buying in big apple, this is often riotous strong enjoyable. Set opposed to a backdrop of unique destinations, the solid of zany characters contains everybody from Courtney like to Sir Richard himself. Mandy's jet-setting task allowed her to go looking the globe for Mr correct, which led her to many steamy amorous affairs. She even joined the Mile excessive membership, even though now not with an awkward quickie within the bathroom yet a leisurely bonk in a Cessna. She's no Virgin, and in-flight leisure hasn't ever been so risqué!
Mandy Smith was once born and raised in Hartlepool, England. She labored within the workplace of the engineering division for Virgin Atlantic ahead of she took to the skies in 1999 and began a twelve-year occupation of jet-setting world wide. nowadays, she lives in West Sussex with Mr correct and is a full-time mom to their daughter.
Nicola Stow has been a journalist on the grounds that 2000 and has labored for numerous nationwide united kingdom newspapers, together with the inside track of the realm.
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