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About the author:
A former model, stewardess for Braniff International Airlines, private investigator, and managing editor of a business magazine, Cristine Cashay also owned three small clothing design companies and worked as a costumer/wardrobe assistant on several motion pictures and television commercials before starting college in 1993. She graduated with Honors four years later, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology, and is the author of Dead in the Water, Round Eyes, The Painted Man, and Flying the Colorful Skies of Braniff International Airlines.
You may view her website at www.cristinecashay.com
Flying the Colorful Skies of Braniff International Airlines
Many civilians often wonder what it would be like to work as an airline pilot or flight attendant. Even crew members of other airlines might imagine how different it could have been, flying for Braniff during its glory days.
Flying the Colorful Skies of Braniff International Airlines is a collection of first-hand accounts of those of us who did fly for Braniff, back when flying was safe and fun, before skyjackings and terrorism changed the world forever. We had great flights with wonderful passengers, as well as scary trips, and many funny instances throughout our careers. People from all walks of life were on our planes, from celebrities to military servicemen, from sports legends to college kids - we saw it all!
So lower your seat backs, grab a cocktail, and come fly with us!
- Publication Date:
- 1477513221 / 9781477513224
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Full Color
- Related Categories:
- Transportation / Aviation / Commercial