United Airlines Crew Files Wrongful Termination Complaint
Thirteen flight attendants claim they were wrongfully fired after refusing to board a United Airlines flight over safety concerns.By Matt Moreno | January 8, 2015
Thirteen United Airlines crew members say they were unfairly fired after raising concerns about a troubling message on the plane's tail.
This is the image crew members took issue with — two faces, one with a seemingly sinister look, and the words "bye bye" written in the oil slick on the plane's tail cone. That's where the plane's auxiliary engine is located.
Mechanics checked the plane, but the crew also wanted all the 300-plus passengers on board to be taken off and the plane to be searched thoroughly for possible explosives.