Spirit Airlines Is NSFW

Published by PETA.

We approached Spirit Airlines about buying ad space for our G-rated and quite cute “Let Birds Keep Their Wings” ad, which promotes going vegetarian. After Spirit offered us some bogus reasons for rejecting the ad (too small a buy, it only accepts industry ads), we got to the bottom of it. Spirit admitted that it just doesn’t want to work with us at all, period. It would rather carry on irritating its flight attendants and captains with ads that have caused a staff uproar for featuring specials for “Double D’s,” “Red Light Specials,” and a “MILF Sale.” See our proposed ad below:

 

Apparently, Spirit has deemed our ad inappropriate, but an ad for a “MILF Sale” is totally fine with them.
Ad for Spirit Airlines

 

We have sent a letter to Patricia Friend, president of the Association of Flight Attendants–Communications Workers of America, asking for support. We figure that most flight attendants would prefer not to have to deal with heart-attacks that may be linked to meat-heavy diets anyway.

Written by Lianne Turner

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