A woman identified as Betthe Nash, 86, became the longest-serving flight attendant in the worldwhich allowed him to break a Guinness record and win the admiration of all because he has been working uninterrupted for 65 years.
According to ABC News, the purser began flying in 1957 and this fall will celebrate six and a half decades of work; his first years were with Eastern Airline and in the late 1980s, he joined Donald Trump’s airline and is currently with American Airlines.
He is free to choose any route he wants, but most of his working years have been loyal to New York-Washington-Boston, and he says he prefers this route because he can be home every night with his disabled son, who still cares
She’s been through updating airline uniforms, and tough times with passengers, but she’s stayed true to her job.
Betthe Nash is the stewardess with 65 years of work
The woman said that when she started working, the airlines verified that the flight attendants were single and maintained an “ideal” weight to give the airline a good image.
“You had to be a certain height, you had to be a certain weight. It used to be horrible. You gained a few kilos and you had to keep weighing yourself and if you kept on like that, they took you off the payroll.”
The most surprising thing is that when passengers boarded, they paid their ticket to the stewardesses, and at that time, flights from New York to Washington cost 12 dollars.
“We used to hand out cigarettes and matches after meal service.”
Nash is the oldest flight attendant in the world, and even attends regular flight attendant training as part of her job rules.
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