“Flight attendant for 65 years: Bette Nash, this tireless octogenarian, still fit, still on board.”

This American, Bette Nash, began her career as a flight attendant in the aviation industry in the 1950s.

She worked for Eastern Airlines. 65 years later, Bette is still there.

Flight attendant for 65 years: Bette Nash, this tireless octogenarian, still in shape, still on board.

"Flight attendant for 65 years: Bette Nash, this tireless octogenarian, still fit, still on board."

She holds the record for the longest working experience as a flight attendant in civil aviation.

She is now listed in the Guinness World Records.

When she started, Dwight D.

"Flight attendant for 65 years: Bette Nash, this tireless octogenarian, still fit, still on board."

Eisenhower was the President of the United States, flights cost only $12 without a reservation, and life insurance could be purchased from an automatic dispenser before the flight.

Flight attendant for 65 years: Bette Nash, this tireless octogenarian, still in shape, still on board.

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“Flight attendant for 65 years: Bette Nash, this tireless octogenarian, still fit, still on board.”
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