12/06/2011 05:38 pm ET Updated Feb 05, 2012

Alec Baldwin Kicked Off Plane: American Airlines Target Of His Tweets

Alec Baldwin tweeted that he was kicked off an American Airlines plane on Tuesday afternoon for playing the game Words With Friends on a mobile device. Given what he did with the mobile device in the wake of the incident, the airline will probably wish they had let him play the Scrabble-style game.

After explaining what happened, Baldwin let out a storm of tweets ripping AA for their conduct. "#theresalwaysunited" he wrote, referring to the airline's competitor, United. Then, he wrote, "But, oddly, 30 Rock plays inflight on American. #theresalwaysunited," referring to his own TV show.

"United Airlines should buy Words With Friends," Baldwin continued, propping up the competitor once again.

Baldwin then got on another plane, which he indicated by tweeting, "Now on the 3 o'clock American flight. The flight attendants already look.....smarter."

But while they've got Baldwin on their plane now, American won't be getting his business going forward.

#theresalwaysunited Last flight w American. Where retired Catholic school gym teachers from the 1950's find jobs as flight attendants," the Emmy-winner stated.

The onslaught continued, as he joked, "Now, as I was kicked off this flight, the word I was playing was UNITED," and then said, "My words with friends user name is now #theresalwaysunited."