December 13, 2011 by staff
Baldwin Boycott, American Airlines flight attendants have requested that Alec Baldwin’s hit show 30 Rock is pulled from in-flight entertainment options following last week’s bust-up between the actor and a staff member.
Baldwin was escorted off an American Airlines flight bound for New York after disobeying a steward’s request to turn off his cell phone in preparation for take-off.
A war of words between airline bosses and the star has since ensued, and Baldwin made matters worse when he appeared on Saturday Night Live at the weekend and made a mockery of the incident.
Now, officials at America’s Flight Attendants Association are calling for a Baldwin boycott on all American Airlines flights.
A statement from the union reads, “The APFA has requested that American Airlines remove the show from future flights, but would be agreeable to implementing it again if and only if Mr. Baldwin publicly apologizes to American Airlines flight attendants.”
Baldwin, who has vowed never to fly American again, issued an apology to his fellow passengers last week, insisting he never meant to disrupt the flight and cause a delay.
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