March was charged with criminal public intoxication, a misdemeanor, and Wisconsin Air - who was operating the United Flight - released a statement confirming she had been fired.
When the plane landed in South Bend, officers boarded the plane and began questioning March.
The document also said she denied taking any medications prior to the flight, and told officers she consumed two "vodka shooters" before her shift. March is due back in court on August 29, according to McBrier.
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ABC News cited passengers saying that March did not get up during the whole flight and did not secure the cabin.
"The flight attendant involved in this incident is no longer an employee of the company", it said.
"In the aviation industry, safety comes first, and we always take swift action to correct when there's something that's unsafe", Nelson said.
"We will continue to cooperate with local authorities and assist them as necessary". Scherb said he had not accepted the offer.
Just a few days later, a United Airlines pilot was formally charged in a Scottish court with being over the legal alcohol limit before a scheduled flight to New Jersey.
"Given the significant safety and security roles that flight attendants have, United (and other airlines) should consider adopting zero tolerance policies for flight attendants going forward", he continued.