"I thought that it would be moving to see them in person. I didn't realize they would be in the condition they were in. No matter how much you think about it, you're not prepared to look at them, knowing that one of your co-workers had those on that horrible day. It was very, very moving," she said.
"We're very, very excited to have them back home here with us, at a place where the employees - not just the flight attendants but all the crew members and all the employees at American - can come visit," said Laura Glading, president of the association of Professional Flight Attendants.