81-year-old flight attendant flying for 60 years
• 81-year-old flight attendant flies already
Incredibly, the woman began to work a flight attendant in the distant 1957. Not dare to call her grandmother, after all, despite his advanced age (31 December she turns 82), it has retained the vigor and elegance. Queen cloud with 60 years of experience has become famous throughout the world as the oldest stewardess.
American Bette Nash began to work a flight attendant at the age of 21, even when the American president was Dwight Eisenhower and Khrushchev led the Soviet Union. Today, 60 years later, she continues to surf the skies, and still smiles sweetly passengers, as in the 50s.
Who is the world's oldest flight attendant working in the state of American Airlines. 81-year-old Nash prefers the route Washington - Boston - Washington, DC, and by virtue of its venerable age the employer allows herself to form their own schedule.
Bette still incredibly energetic, full of positivity and impeccable in its style. The only thing it has lost in recent years - it is anonymous. Once a woman has become famous all over the country, it had come to recognize.
On leaving the aircraft, many passengers want to make a selfie with the queen of the heavens, to express my gratitude and just hugged her in deference to its nature and profession.
"I saw the other day in the news story about the 81-year-old flight attendant, and I longed to see her! I did not expect it to happen so soon! "- shared her joy with reporters one of the passengers.
According to US law, the age limit for pilots is 65 years, but for a commercial airline flight attendants age limit is not provided.
The most elderly air hostess so famous in the world that even its captain of the aircraft remains in the shadows because of the incredible staff member.
"She is a true professional. Her head is full of old-school tricks! "- shares his impressions on the work of Bette Nash Captain Mike Mardzhiota.
Bette Nash began her career in the golden age of passenger aviation. Highly experienced flight attendant tells us that in the 50's flying a plane was the prerogative of the elite:
"On board were many reputable businessmen and women in fur coats, hats and finery. First Class passengers served lobster and duck with orange sauce on a porcelain bowl with cutlery made of silver. When Kennedy became president, the incredible happened changes. Our uniforms looked like a style cheerleaders. "
In the many decades of his career, Nash experienced a roller coaster all the US aircraft industry: strikes, mergers, buy-outs ... It even had time to work on the Trump Shuttle, the airline, which in the '90s belonged to the United States Donald Trump current president. Now she is in the state of American Airlines.
"My typical working day begins at 2:10. I have two alarms, and when they ring, I do not lie, and as soon as I get up, "- says Nash.
The woman lives in Virginia with his son with disabilities who is looking forward to her from flying.
31 December Bette Nash celebrates 82 th birthday.
"I'm not going to work up to 90 years, but now I want to think about retirement," - confessed to the most elderly air hostess in the world.