The iconic crazy plane lady Tiffany Gomas is giving away free first class flights for the best ‘crazy plane lady’ Halloween costume.
Tiffany Gomas, 38, was the woman behind the shocking ‘that motherf***er back there is not real’ airplane meltdown back in July.
The Dallas marketing executive is now offering free flights to the people who put together the best ‘crazy plane lady’ costume for Halloween – in honor of her own famous tirade.
Gomas uploaded a video on X (formerly known as Twitter) where she referenced a Halloween costume inspiration article by the New York Post which featured the ‘not real plane woman’.
It’s unclear whether the marketing genius’s costume contest is sponsored or in affiliation with a certain airline, but she tagged Delta, United and Southwest Airlines in her social media post.
The iconic crazy plane lady Tiffany Gomas is giving free first class flights out for the best ‘crazy plane lady’ Halloween costume
The Dallas marketing executive is offering free flights to the people that put together the best ‘crazy plane lady’ costume for Halloween – in honor of her own famous tirade
The marketing executive was clutching a $1,900 Goyard bag for her on-board luggage at the time of her airplane tirade
She said: ‘Hey guys, once again the New York Post came for me – so I’m coming for you… Let’s have a little fun with it.
‘I wanna see your best rendition of this fit and I will choose three of my favorite lookalikes and then we will all choose a winner.
‘The winner will then receive two first class tickets either on Delta, United, or priority passes on Southwest. Happy Halloween!’
The Halloween ‘costume’ would be based on Gomas’s stylish plane outfit that she wore at the time of her episode.
Gomas opted for tight ripped blue skinny jeans for the flight which she paired with a very tight black cropped tank top.
The marketing executive was clutching a $1,900 Goyard bag for her on-board luggage.
She had her hair tied back in an extremely tight low bun and completed her look with flashy gold bracelets.
Her outfit hinted at the glamour life she leads. Gomas heads up her own marketing firm, and is living in a $1.6million luxury four-bedroom property that boasts a swimming pool.
Gomas uploaded a video on X (formerly known as Twitter ) where she referenced a Halloween costume inspiration article which featured the ‘not real plane woman’
Her plane outfit hinted at the glamour life she leads. Gomas heads up her own marketing firm, and is living in a $1.6million luxury four-bedroom property that boasts a swimming pool
Gomas instructed those who wanted to participate in the contest to post their costumes with the hashtag #TMFINR and said that the winner will be revealed on November 4.
The July 2 viral incident happened on Flight 1009 from Fort Worth to Orlando, Florida.
After she claimed her relatives had stolen her AirPods, Gomas began to say the airplane was not safe and would not make it to its destination.
Official documents say she was not willing to leave the plane and had to be removed by American Airlines staff following the outburst, as broken by journalist Bree A. Dail on Substack and first reported by the New York Post.
Gomas’s bizarre tangent delayed travelers for hours after she ‘started claiming the aircraft was not safe and did not want the aircraft to leave due to her believing it would not make it to its destination,’ according to the complaint from July 2.
Passengers on the plane were forced to deplane and go through security screening again as a precaution.
‘TSA personnel arrived at the scene to conduct a full rescreening of the aircraft,’ the police report states.
At the time of the original incident on July 2 Gomas was issued a ticket for criminal trespass notice but refused to sign it – she was never arrested
Gomas has become an internet sensation and meme for claiming that the person on the plane was ‘not real’ and accusing her relative of stealing her AirPods
Gomas was eventually escorted to the non-secure area of the airport – but then attempted to get back in through TSA screening several times, per the report.
But when officers with the Dallas-Fort Worth Department of Public Safety arrived, an ‘extremely distraught’ Gomas refused to speak to them and she tried to get back on the plane.
Police then tracked her to a terminal curb where she was waiting for an Uber.
Gomas was issued a ticket for criminal trespass notice but refused to sign it. She was never arrested.