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Fasten your seat belts for a new reality show from the CW Network.
Fly Girls will look at the lives of five Virgin America flight attendants.
The show is about "real, down-to-earth young women who happen to have landed in an exceptionally glamorous, high-flying career filled with exotic locations and handsome strangers," according to Kristen Vadas, vice president of alternative programming for the CW.
The eight half-hour episodes will track the ladies as they travel between Las Vegas, Miami and New York City during the show's midseason debut in early 2010.
Porter Gale, Virgin American marketing vice president, said the show will illustrate how Virgin’s "in-flight teammates are rewriting the script and bringing the style and fun back to flying."
If you haven’t flown on Virgin America yet, it’s an experience like no other. From the funky mood lighting to the option of ordering food and beverages from your seat, flying feels more like a party than a chore. Does this mean Fly Girls will be part of the in-flight entertainment?
This wouldn’t be the first reality show dealing with the airline industry. Airline on A&E showcased Southwest Airlines employees working at Chicago Midway, Baltimore-Washington International and Los Angeles International airport. Not as successful was Flight Attendant School on the Travel Channel about Frontier Airlines.
Frequent flyers, will you check out Fly Girls when it hits the air? Chime in below!