Honestly, this guy reminds me of the worst of the disabled community - that navel-gazing, self absorbed (and thankfully small) group that thinks that the whole world needs to stop because they have a disability. If he's an Aspie (and having gone to HS with many, and still being friends with several, I'm fairly familiar with the type) then he's high functioning - and if he is, he needs to use his words like a grownup, not pout and act crazed because things didn't go the way he wanted them to (and I bet that FA was terrified when he came back on the plane to, in his words, confront her).
There are people out there with real, serious disabilities that restrict every part of their daily life. I'm married to someone whose time in that condition was brief, but we still have daily reminders of how far she's got to go before 'normal'. Aspergers is not one of those disabilities. AUTISM is. Aspergers can make some aspects of their life more challenging, but just like the blind person who learns Braille or the deaf person who learns to lipread, you learn strategies to cope. You don't expect that everyone will stop the world and let you calm down.
I get panic attacks in crowds. When I was faced with a very crowded, hot, airless room for a two day training class at work, did I pitch a fit because the room wasn't to my expectations? No, I sat near a door, as far away as I could from people, and absented myself as soon as breaks were called so I could decompress.
I think this guy wants to make a buck as a consultant. Really. I'm sure that's how he came off to the airlines, too.