From the Nineteen Fifties onwards air travel turned increasingly glamorous. Being a pilot or an air hostess was cool and everyone wished to fly but few may afford it.
Popular perception had it, in these far off days, that the cabin crew spent many of the flight smiling amiably at the passengers and occasionally providing a nice drink or a tray of scrumptious food. I just about gave up flying years in the past when Eastern Airlines wouldn’t let me board a flight from Fort Lauderdale to New York. I had bought my ticket two weeks upfront at a very good worth, so it was obvious they bought my seat for several hundred dollars more than I paid. It’s all about cash! The House of Representatives was to vote as quickly as Thursday evening on a spending bill amendment that may basically raise journey restrictions to Cuba for a year.… Read more