I WAS HIRED AS A FLIGHT ATTENDAT AT THE ORIGINAL BRANIFF, BUT NEVER GOT TO FLY. I DID GET A CHANCE TO WORK FOR THEM THE SECOND TIME AROUND. I WAS BASED IN KANSAS CITY, MO. I STILL REMEMBER MY FIRST FLIGHT THERE WAS WITH CAPT. CHARLIE SCOTT. WHAT A GREAT MONTH. I CONTINUED FLYING BUT NOW DO IT FROM THE OTHER SIDE OF THE COCKPIT DOOR, AS A COMMERCIAL PILOT. GREAT SIGHT. IT'S FUN TO THINK ABOUT THE OLD DAYS.

SHARON WETMORE DOUGLAS - DEWEY, ARIZONA


I was with braniff from 1969 until 1989 yes i was involved both bankruptcy filing. whatever happen to the final pay out that was due this year senority number 31888 1-23-69 hire.
wayne.cave@bestwestern.com

Wayne Cave - Phoenix, Arizonas

Good to see Braniff still remembered spent many happy hours in the air with you all. I was with Arinc who had you communication contract. Also a pilot and flight dispatcher.All the best

George Niebling - Arlington TX


started in 1959 at mdw then to sux for 2 yrs then on to hou, miss u all.

Mike Buse - Houston, TX


Life goes on, as we all grow older- yet its nice to look back and remember those we seem to have lost contact with-and memories we shall always cherish.

Judi Stanco - Las Vegas, NV


My father, Edward Joseph Czekaj, a 34 year veteran with Braniff, passed away on 8-27-00 after a long illness. Many of his fellow mechanics attended his funeral on 8-29-00. He was buried at the DFW National Cemetery. His widow Jeannette can be reached via my email address apohrte@flash.net

Adrienne Czekaj Pohrte - The Colony, Texas