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Jobless Mexicana Flight Attendants Pose for Calendar
Next stop for out-of-work stewardesses: Playboy. 
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Unemployed Flight Attendants pose in the April edition of Playboy in Mexico.

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Former stewardess of Mexicana airlines, left, which has been in limbo since filing for bankruptcy and suspending operations last year, poses for photos on the back of a motorcycle as she holds Mexico's April edition of Playboy magazine in which she and five of her former coworkers are featured in Mexico City, Monday April 11, 2011. (AP Photo/Alexandre Meneghini)
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A former stewardess of Mexicana airlines, which has been in limbo since filing for bankruptcy and suspending operations last year, poses for photos on a motorcycle as she holds Mexico's April edition of Playboy magazine in which she and five of her former coworkers are featured in Mexico City, Monday April 11, 2011. (AP Photo/Alexandre Meneghini)
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Former stewardesses of Mexicana airlines, which has been in limbo since filing for bankruptcy and suspending operations last year, pose for photos holding Mexico's April edition of Playboy magazine in which they are featured in Mexico City, Monday April 11, 2011. (AP Photo/Alexandre Meneghini)
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The 2011 calendar features glossy shots of the flight attendants, clad in bikinis and abbreviated uniforms, draped over propellers and striking racy poses in the cockpit.

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Former stewardesses Gina Agular, right, Coral Pérez, left, and an unidentified colleague apply some make-up prior to a photo session in Mexico City, México. All three worked for Mexicana before the company stopped flying last August.

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The former stewardesses pose for a photo on the rooftop of a building in Mexico City.

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The calendar has sparked a media frenzy in Mexico, and the first run of 1,000 was sold out even before launch. 

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Each of the 10 aeromozas ended up posing forked out money from her own pocket to cover the production costs of 100,000 pesos (about $8,000).

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Former Mexicana airlines employees Maribel Zavala, left, and Coral Pérez, apply make-up prior to a photo shoot in Mexico City.

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Former Mexicana stewardesses pose and point.
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Former Mexicana airlines stewardesses pose for pictures during an event to present their calendar in Mexico City, Thursday, Nov. 25, 2010. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)
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Jobless Mexicana Flight Attendants Pose for Calendar

Next stop for out-of-work stewardesses: Playboy. 

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