A married flight attendant who kept a diary about her copious sexual escapades, including having sex in the cockpit, has taken her husband to court to stop him publishing her secret memoirs.
The former flight attendant, who has not been named, kept a detailed account of her sexual exploits on her computer while working for Dutch airline Transavia.
When her husband later found her writings, instead of confronting his wife, he tried to leak the diary to media in The Netherlands.
But the woman, now 46, has taken her husband to court to stop the diary and her escapades becoming public — a move which is being supported by the airline.
The airline is clearly keen to avoid any further details emerging as the mother-of-four has detailed having sex with various pilots — many married — and crew members not only while on overnights, but even in plane cockpits and crew areas, according to de Telegraaf newspaper.
The airline, which is co-owned by KLM and Air France, has declined to comment but provided a statement to the newspaper.
“We have taken note of these signals,” the statement said.
“We take them very seriously. Internal investigation revealed that the safety of passengers was never in danger.”
But de Telegraaf reported that lawyers for the airline had asked the woman’s husband to stop sending revealing emails to employees, threatened him libel.
The Netherlands’ aviation authority ILT has been informed of the matter, but is believed to be staying out of the matter, urging the airline to resolve the matter itself.
Judges in The Hague will decide on the appeal on October 24.