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CW to take off with ‘Fly Girls’

The CW has announced it will be taking to the skies with Virgin America's flight attendants for a new docu-series entitled Fly Girls. The 8x30-minute new series, which is due to debut mid-season, will follow the lives of young flight attendants both in the air and on the ground as they travel to Las Vegas, South Beach and New York City looking for parties, adventure and love. It will also cover their home lives in Los Angeles and the struggles of dealing with difficult passengers and working long hours. For more information on the new series see the release.
September 24, 2009

The CW has announced it will be taking to the skies with Virgin America’s flight attendants for a new docu-series entitled Fly Girls. The 8×30-minute new series, which is due to debut mid-season, will follow the lives of young flight attendants both in the air and on the ground as they travel to Las Vegas, South Beach and New York City looking for parties, adventure and love. It will also cover their home lives in Los Angeles and the struggles of dealing with difficult passengers and working long hours. For more information on the new series see the release.

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