"If it's less than 7 hours—DRIVE! I'm not kidding. There is nothing enjoyable about flying right now," Kristie Koerbel wrote.
Fillip, a corporate flight attendant, reportedly witnessed an argument between the former couple onboard a 2015 private jet.
Flight attendants usually fly 75 to 100 hours a month and work another 50 hours on the ground, spending several nights a week in hotels.
The billionaire has dismissed claims made against him by a flight attendant, challenging accusers to name a unique feature on his body.
"Why have I never been on a fun plane before," a viewer wondered, but others said it would have been their "last straw."
"We urge focus on clear communication so that flight attendants and other frontline workers are not subject to more violence," the union said.
In the past year, more than 6 in 10 unruly passenger incidents were related to COVID-19 face-mask compliance.
"It could not be more obvious," the woman said about the man's behavior.
65 percent of the unruly passenger incidents were mask-related, but some acts were dangerous and lewd.
A flight attendant intervened and was able to stop the passenger using a coffee pot before the FBI boarded and removed the passenger.
Ricardo César Guedes is accused of assuming the identity of William Ericson Ladd, a child who died in 1979 shortly before his fifth birthday.
As of December 21, the FAA received more than 5,779 unruly passenger reports, with 4,156 being mask-related.
One Redditor defended a Starbucks' barista from an unruly customer and was later removed from her flight as a result.
Footage of the altercation was posted to social media and showed the passenger resisting arrest by an air marshal.
She allegedly told police "shoot me motherf******" and "I didn't do anything wrong" after they arrested her.
Southwest Airlines has been under public scrutiny recently for its employees' conduct.
United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby said the company's mask-related incidents have decreased 50 percent this year.
"Honestly, she most likely has tried being nice about it in the past and it didn't work," said one commenter who praised the flight attendant.
Flight 175 was a route I worked on all the time. Of course, I knew the crew who were on that flight on 9/11. It might sound crazy but I almost wanted to have been on that flight. I would have rather been up there battling with those terrorists. I just couldn't comprehend those crew members being hurt.
"They all deserved to be able to fly home and hug their loved ones again," the flight attendant said. "We were proud to honor and fly with them today."
"Frontier Airlines maintains the utmost value, respect, concern and support for all of our flight attendants," a spokeswoman from the airline said.
"Keep him down, keep him down," one person can be heard saying in a video of the incident.
Spirit Airlines said videos and photos shared online do not accurately represent what happened on the flight. A spokesperson told Newsweek that the family was asked to leave the aircraft because of the parent's non-compliance and added that no flight attendants were removed by the police.
The video begins during the conversation with the passenger—who is unnamed—telling the Spirit Airlines employee that he is wearing a mask.
On Sunday, the president of the Association of Flight Attendants–CWA (AFA-CWA), Sara Nelson, expressed her anger for the lack of protective masks on a packed passenger plane.
The woman was tested after fellow crew members became suspicious.
The man admitted that he took the videos, but denies distributing any of them.
"I thought to myself, there's only one thing I could offer and that's my own milk. And so I offered," Organo wrote on Facebook.
The flight attendant was off-duty at the time of the alleged incident.
The woman was was met by local police upon her exit from the plane.