I had been a Braniff Cabin Attendent on the 70's. It was the most funny time of my life. Great people. Until today i'm very proud to,say i was part of this fantastic airline. Based in one, by this time fantastic city in the world, Rio de Janeiro. We was a big group of happy people. And part of this Thanks Braniff International.
Selma Mendes - Mannheim - Germany
Looking for old friends from JFK ramp and operations from 1973 to 1978. I see Phil Jensen is on here. Anyone else? firstname.lastname@example.org
George Rangold -
This is a great site!! I worked for Braniff in the Stores Department from 1953 to 1960. I started in Dallas in 1953, transferred to San Antonio 1955 , transferred to Chicago 1956, transferred back to Dallas 1958, transferred to Idlewild NYC 1959 to support first 707 flights. resigned in 1960 to relocate to LA and work on Minuteman Missile program. Those 7 years at Braniff when I was 23 to 30 were some of the happiest most fun years of my life especially my time in Chicago and NY
Glen E. Ham - Lawrenceville
Miss those wonderful days of elegant and fun flying! It was such a treat to fly and be served by a stewardess, yes that name and women should be proud of it. It meant you were something special and had an amazing job that was really an adventure. To this day I still want to work for the airlines, just so cool. Thanks for the great site, miss those colors in the air!
Carol Stearns - Richmond, VA
Worked the ramp at JFK from 1972 to 1978 then transferred to EWR from 1978 right to the end. Made a lot of good friends and they were the best years of my life. Would love to hear from old friends.
George Rangold - Nutley NJ
Braniff was the best job I ever had. I worked in Accounts receivable from 1971 to 1976 and in disbursements from then until 1982. I went back to the second Braniff and to Dalfort and left in 1987. Those were the best years of my life. I miss them every day. I can truly say I "loved my job". I have searched for years for that kind of job with the closeness we all had. It was a great family.
Shirley Lilly - Dallas, TX
hey Bob Thomas if you happen to read this send me an email how to get in touch with ya....got couple union questions concerning bankruptcy compensetion.....you can reach at 361-980-9999 Lonestar wrecker service. I am in and out leave a message and phone thanks. Oscar VETTEMANCC@GMAIL.COM
Oscar R. Lomas - CRP