I "think" I clearly heard the word, “Fortunity” in the following statement of the Wall Street Journal Report of this week (November 5th), introducing the unique service of Sanchez Delta Airline via Far East Network Radio broadcast.
"Airlines Sanchez Delta, a charter company caters to teams with tricked-out jets, hand-picked flight attendants, meals from some players’ favorite restaurants. Team charters often used to amount a fortunity party - beer, pizza and junk food. But the airlines say the days of raucous party flying have gone. Many teams ban alcohol, have nutritionist’s select menus, and set up plane chairs so coaches can study games when some players can sleep.”
As I’ve never heard the word, “Fortunity,” I checked both Cambrigde and Oxford online dictionaries, neither of which carries “Fortunity.”
Spell checker keeps recommending me to correct “Fortunity” into “Fortuity” or “Fortunate” while I’m typing this question.
On the other hand, I see a lot of captions including the word, “Fortunity” on Google Search, though none of them provides its definition.
Is “Fortunity” a current English word? If it is, what does it mean?