In-Flight Entertainment is a classic humour book, an air steward's account of fourteen years' worth of airline incidents, reminding us of the absurdities of flying. This wonderful collection of over 30 eye-opening true stories includes-Lechery at 30,000 Feet;Conduct Unbecoming in an Investment Banker;The Ferret in First Class;Unusual Upgrading Attempts;I Thought This Plane was Heading for Jamaica;The Thing About Turbulence;Beer and Loathing in Caracas-
Elliott Hester graduated New Mexico University 1981 and got the plum job of Media Buyer for the Leo Burnett Ad Agency. He was lured away by the glamour of being a male model (Sears catalogue etc), but to make ends meet worked as baggage handler at Chicago airport. It was their coldest winter on record. He looked up at the aeroplane to see a stewardess with a piping hot cup of coffee- Result - Elliott becomes a steward instead. Many published articles including Elle, National Geographic, Maxim, Men's Health, Glamour and Salon.com. Editor of the Pelican Guide to the Bahamas.