Pan Am, that most famous of global aviation icons, may have disappeared in 1991, but a throwback to the golden era of airline glamour and glory lives on in the performances of Pam Ann, the wildest and most famous takeoff on the life of the “air hostess” the world has ever seen. Pam Ann, the
Month: September 2009
Looking forward to my travels tonight on 647 to SFO. Can’t wait to meet some of the 28 AYCJers booked on the flight.
Getting a break from the airport, Wired magazine’s Terminal Man received a tour of our Orlando Support Center on Tuesday, Sept. 22, which included a ride on the E190 full-flight simulators and in the Inflight Cabin Simulators. Read more from Brendan’s blog entry.
Have you been following the adventures of Brendan Ross, AKA Terminal Man? He’s the Customer that Wired magazine gave an All-You-Can-Jet pass with the catch that he must travel every day and can only sleep in airports.
Crewmembers have been giving Brendan a warm welcome everywhere he goes, but HOU Supervisor Linda Fagan went an extra step, making pancakes and turning a storeroom into a hotel.
Have a look at some photos from Brendan’s time at HOU:[caption id="attachment_460" align="alignnone" width="369" caption=""Hotel JetBlue""][/caption] [caption id="attachment_461" align="alignnone" width="500" caption="Linda Fagan prepares some pancakes"][/caption]