Guido Sueller He is an actor, he is a media personality but on one subject he takes the register of seriousness: it is when he recalls his past as a flight attendant on Argentine airlines. Given the scandal of the flight attendant arrested for the bomb threat against a flight bound for Miami, he revealed memories and details of the personality of Daniela Carbone, who I work with in the state company.
Süller recalled Carbone in the years they shared in the flag carrier and speculated about the causes of his actions: the fact of generating a risk for an aircraft. “I didn’t think he was capable of doing such a thing”, he was amazed, interviewed by C5N. “It was the bible of airplanes”described her to begin assessing who and what the stewardess was like on the ground and in the air.
At the beginning of the interview, when reporters hadn’t even finished asking him if they had worked together, he interrupted by his phone and stated: “Of course I know her. How can I not know her? we shared momentYES”.
“It’s more or less of my time,” he calculated and got a bird’s eye view of the days together, in the then privatized company.
“She arrived later, I in ’89. She has always been a girl more connected to power of the airlines. With managers, with powerful people,” Süller recalled.
Focused on repatriating data from his memory – and concerned about the pace of the story that requires the rating – the former flight attendant added that Carbone held training courses and had his own office. “I don’t know why,” she added.
And to reinforce that initial mystery, she continued, “She had her own office, but she was a flight attendant. I don’t know why she had an office. She is a mysterious woman. I could never get the card out of him.”
He also said his attitude was “as if it were more important of us,” Süller recalled. “I always felt it,” he insisted.
Her account later led to a physical description and he remembered her as “a woman astoundingsuper attractive, tall, slim, with your operations, blonde…“. “I think that she was a much desired woman All these years and maybe he may have had a position, but I don’t know how to respond,” he speculated.
Clarified this with him “she was always divine, a fan”that they were having coffee together in Carbone’s office, who told him could “be taller” in the company.
“I didn’t think he was capable of doing such a thing,” he insisted. “I indicate Daniela’s mental health,” she speculated and provided insight into the job: “Crew members over the years while on board we breathe 100%, 85% of the oxygen that supplies our brain. Multiplied by the number of years and the number of flight hours, it can be that affects you a little“.
“The amount of crew members off flights because they failed tests You can’t imagine that,” he flashed back after explaining it every year they undergo “thorough psychological and psychiatric examinations” at INMAE (National Institute of Aeronautical and Space Medicine).
The well-known media man has distanced himself from the action attributed to the detained flight attendant. “It doesn’t enter the head of a normal, sane crew member to do this. Aircraft and passenger safety are our bible,” he repeated. As regards the consequences of his actions, Süller assured that Carbone “he knows everything that is coming because she is an educated woman, she is a woman who knows a lot.”
“He is in close contact with the top management of the airlines and it seems to me very rare who acted in this way knowing the consequences,” he added.
“Cold and calculating” is how her former flight mate described her, who repainted the stewardess as someone who has “coldly calculated and controlled” her whole life. “Not just aesthetics because It was a bomb…”. The explanation was interrupted by the term used, some laughter from the interviewers and the interviewee and the request to “choose another word”.
When he continued, he said he “broke a lot of hearts.” “It reminds me of the movie ‘Fatal Attraction’ when Michael Douglas’ rabbit is boiled. It’s crazy,” he analyzed the case.
And he concluded speculating with a diagnosis: “You must be ill, some psychological or psychiatric problem [para hacer algo como lo investigado]. Something has happened.”
Onboard protocols for bomb threats and how Carbone may have gotten the flight details
Guido Süller woke up during the interview one concern after another, not only because she knows who Daniela Carbone is, but also because between 1989 and 2015 she was a flight attendant for Aerolíneas Argentinas. “I I flew 26 years. I have 12,000 flight hours“, he hoped to establish himself as an expert on the subject.
They then discussed the role of a crew member and what to do in the event of a bomb threat. Faced with such a scenario, Süller said that “from the day you enter Aerolíneas they put in your head what a bomb on board means. of danger and what it means if it bursts”.
“It is the worst of threats,” he condemned. “Passengers are not told ‘bomb on board, bomb on board’,” she explained in the case of a hypothetical situation that could already occur in flight.
If the threat is before boarding, they are told that “they are in a defect they have to deal with, the specialist squadron takes action to detect the bombs and defuse them, if the threat is false, they report this and embark as normal. The passengers never found out“.
When asked about a similar situation he had to experience, the actor recalled: “In flight we found suspicious artifacts. We have procedures so that, if activated, it causes the least possible damage and also a way to defuse a bomb if the complexity is not very advanced. If it’s an easy thing, a battery that needs to be removed, we do it. But you have to keep it as far away from the passengers as possible.”
The other big question that came up was how Carbone could have obtained the data about the flight, who was travelling, the crew, schedules and other details.
“She has access to the flight plan boyfriend,” she said of her ex, a crew member who allegedly damaged her romantically in a breakup two months ago.
“Has access to know if the boy asked for the free tickets (free) to travel with someone. Since she had more access than we did investigate absolutely everything… who was the commander, everything“.
Süller explained: “You can access this information between 20 days and one month before. There you have the flight plan with all the guards and destination points and the days you’re away and you know who you’re traveling with. Who is the captain and who is the crew…”.
Finally, almost in conclusion, he reflected: “He thought they’d never find out. After the fall of the Twin Towers [por el atentado del 11 de septiembre de 2001 en Nueva York], security checks are exhaustive. You can’t do anything, they find you. Here because I find it strange that Daniela acted recklessly“.
Charles Hurd is an entertainment journalist for News Rebeat. He brings a fresh and engaging voice to the world of pop culture, covering the latest developments in film, television, music, and more.