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Below Deck Fans Will Love BBC's New Cabin Crew Show

Below Deck Fans Will Love BBC's New Cabin Crew Show

This looks set to be juicy.

If you're a fan of the series Below Deck, then there's chatter about a new BBC show that could be right up your street (or runway)!

The BBC have reportedly commissioned a reality TV show that will go behind the scenes at an airline, documenting all the drama of passengers and crew including some of the romantic goings on and tiffs happening a mile high.

A source told The Sun newspaper's TV Biz column: "Flight Club will have everything – gorgeous crew, handsome pilots and a little travel inspo to inspire some wanderlust.

"But it’s the office romances at 35,000 feet, flirty passengers and bitching that really make it.

"We’ve all heard stories about the partying lifestyles of cabin crew so expect lots of that.

"Flight Club will show the real world of aviation, not just groaning passengers who have missed their flights."

The show is set to have some romance and drama thrown in (

A BBC source added: "With great characters being their authentic selves doing something they love, and regional voices and stories, it has all the ingredients we love in a show.

"It’s an aspirational series that will show that there is more to the job than just flying passengers from A to B."

This isn't the first time that the BBC has took to the skies for programming, having previously aired Airport, a fly-on-the wall documentary from 1996-2008 that would follow passengers and crew at London Heathrow airport.

The show will reportedly follow both passengers and crew in this reality TV show (

The show was apparently filmed during the summer at regional carrier Loganair’s headquarters in Glasgow and is said to be airing at some point over the winter months on BBC Three.

There's no official confirmation yet from the BBC but we'll keep an eye out for any updates!

However, the BBC have confirmed that Keeley Hawes will play the lead role in a gripping new primetime drama, created by the makers of The Salisbury Poisonings.

The three-part mini-series has been co-produced by Spanish TV network TVE, and will be set in a luxurious resort on the Canary Islands.

Crossfire is set to be an emotional, unsettling watch as a split second changes one holidaymaker's life forever.

We'll definitely be tuning in!

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Topics: BBC, TV And Film, Travel