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Mexicana Flight Attendants Turned Calendar Girls Feud after Success
Left unemployed by Mexicana Airline's bankruptcy, 10 employees banded together for a sexy calendar that became a sensation. But success comes at a price, and the 7 of the original band have fallen away. Read full story here.
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The cover of the Calendar featuring Gina Itxel Aguilar, Ofelia Fernández Acordagoitia, Maribel
Zavala Muñoz.

(Ernesto Gilabert/Aeromozas Sobrevivientes)

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The former flight attendants gained fame after posing in Playboy. Only three were included in the most recent calendar called “Aeromozas Survivors.”

 

( Ernesto Gilabert/Aeromozas Sobrevivientes)

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Gina Itxel Aguilar

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Maribel Zavala Muñoz

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Ofelia Fernández Acordagoitia

(Ernesto Gilabert/Aeromozas Sobrevivientes)

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Gina Itxel Aguilar

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Photographer Ernesto Gilabert photographed the new calendar and chose the women because they were the most popular. Although some of the other Aeromozas were interested, he decided the calendar would look best with only three people

( Ernesto Gilabert/Aeromozas Sobrevivientes)

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Ofelia Fernández Acordagoytia

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Maribel Zavela Muñoz

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Gina Ixtel Aguilar

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For three of the original calendar girls – Maribel Zavala Muñoz, Ofelia Fernández Acordagoitia, Gina Itxel Aguilar– the Aeromoza phenomenon continues. They produced a 2012 calendar called “Aeromozas Survivors.”

 

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Ofelia Fernández Acordagoytia

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Maribe Zavela Muñoz

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Gina Itxel Aguilar, Ofelia Fernández Acordagoitia, Maribel
Zavala Muñoz.

(Gilabert/Aeromozas Sobrevivientes)

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Unemployed Flight Attendants pose in the April edition of Playboy in Mexico, during happier times.

 

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Nov. 25: Women, who worked as Mexicana airlines stewardesses before the company stopped flying last August when it declared bankruptcy, pose for pictures during an event to present their calendar in Mexico City.
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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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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 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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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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Former Mexicana airlines stewardesses present their calendar in Mexico City, Thursday, Nov. 25, 2010. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)
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Former Mexicana employees apply make-up prior to a photo session in Mexico City, Mexico Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2010.
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Women who worked as Mexicana airlines stewardesses before the company stopped flying last August when it declared bankruptcy, pose for a photo on the rooftop of a building in Mexico City, Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2010. (AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills)
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Mexicana Flight Attendants Turned Calendar Girls Feud after Success

Left unemployed by Mexicana Airline's bankruptcy, 10 employees banded together for a sexy calendar that became a sensation. But success comes at a price, and the 7 of the original band have fallen away. Read full story here.

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