"Martha Stewardess" is a fictional character. Any similarities to persons alive or dead are purely coincidental.
Martha's life partner "Chip" is a fictional character too, existing only in the mind of the author and creator of Marthastewardess.com . Any similarity to a ventriloquist dummy (alive or not so much) is also a coinkidink.
In other words, they're not real.
The airline Martha's creator flies for is a guarded secret. In fact, she/he may not even fly for an airline at all. Who kows? The real person behind Martha might work at the DMV, Krispy Kreme Donuts, the even the CIA.
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Excellent article from AOL Travel “Do Electronic Gadgets Really Affect an Airplane’s Instruments?”
From the article: “Shortly after boarding, flight attendants are required by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to tell passengers to turn off all electronic devices including cell phones and laptop computers. But is it really necessary and what really happens if you don’t?
The official reason for the requirement that electronic devices need to be turned off is to make sure passengers listen to the safety instructions from the flight attendants, reduce the presence of loose objects getting in the way in case of an emergency and to eliminate the possibility of the devices interfering with the airline’s avionics.”
Read more here http://news.travel.aol.com/2011/03/25/do-electronic-gadgets-really-affect-an-airplanes-instruments/