Charging documents detail that the woman's erratic behavior made some passengers feel "scared for their lives" during the flight from Chicago to South Bend, Ind.
Aaron Scherb, tweeted about his experiences to United Airlines.
Travelers watched in disbelief as Julianne March slurred her way through most of the standard safety regulations, only for her to then slump over in her seat and pass out for what would end up being the entire duration of the trip.
Before takeoff, he had also noticed her bumping into seats and passengers as she walked up and down to check the overhead lockers.
Julianne March, 49, was visibly impaired even before falling sleep, according to passengers on the flight.
She was arrested August 2 after being removed from the plane when it landed in South Bend.
He said March "appeared to pass out" in her seat without fastening her seatbelt for almost the whole flight - which was actually operated by Air Wisconsin, meaning it was an Air Wisconsin crew and flight attendant.
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March was given a breathalyzer test and her alcohol level was 0.204, five times the legal limit for flight attendants and other aviation positions of 0.04.
This is the fifth case of drunk USA airline employees getting caught just this year.
Air Wisconsin Airlines said Friday that March is no longer employed by the airline.
A flight attendant working a Chicago to South Bend flight was charged with misdemeanor public intoxication.
Air Wisconsin told the Tribune in a statement that "the flight attendant was detained by authorities after a report of possible impairment".
"We expect our regional carriers to take appropriate action as required when issues like these happen with their employees", a United Airlines spokesperson told the network.