• A Heathrow-based British Airways stewardess is selling sex during and in-between flights
  • The flight attendant has advertised her "special services" across multiple social media accounts
  • BA has launched an investigation to identify her

A Heathrow-based British Airways stewardess has reportedly been selling sexual services, as well as her underwear, during and in-between flights, prompting officials to launch an investigation so they can identify her.

The flight attendant has advertised her services across social media platforms. She also has posted racy photos that feature her stockinged legs and has remarked that she doesn't often wear underwear on the job, The Sun reported

The stewardess, who goes by the account name AirHostess71, also posted a photo of her bare legs that was taken while she was onboard a plane. It came with a caption: “Dear passenger, I am your in flight entertainment. What would you like me to do?”

Another snap featured her wearing only tights under her BA uniform while in a cabin toilet. For that pic, she wrote: “No panties on Sundays.”

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Passengers who pay her $33 receive her underwear. Prospective “clients” can also meet her at a hotel if they pay more than $60 for the “securing fee.”

“You will need to pay a securing fee of £50 to meet. Prices vary depending on the requested meet — no negotiating,” she wrote.

“If I have booked a hotel for work, the meet will take place there (London). You would need to book another hotel for protection and privacy if you want to meet overseas,” she added.

The unidentified stewardess promised to give passengers “adult entertainment on-board” if the money is right, New York Post reported.

“If you ever want adult entertainment on-board, all you have to do is give me a sum of money and you’ll be treated to a whole different experience of your choice,” she wrote.

People working in the airline industry slammed the mystery stewardess for using BA planes to “boost her business.”

“She is clearly prostituting herself and boosting her business by using photos taken on board BA planes. It is a shocking dereliction of duty and not the image BA wants of its cabin crew,” a source told the British publication.

Some of her social media accounts were deleted after reports of her advertisement first surfaced. British Airways has since launched an investigation in order to identify the stewardess.

“We expect the highest standard of behavior from all of our colleagues at all times, and we are investigating the claims,” the airline said in a statement.

British Airways' parent company IAG dived into the red in the third quarter
British Airways' parent company IAG dived into the red in the third quarter AFP / GUILLAUME SOUVANT