were the best of the best. It is good to know we are not forgotten.
We had class when the word had meaning in the airline business. It was
my pleasure to spend 25 plus years in the company of such intelligent,
charming, funny, hard-working, beautiful, kind people that I call family...for
I did my growin' up on the colorful birds, in the knock-out uniforms
of a proud Braniff International Hostess/ Stewardess/ Flight attendant
until the sky opened and took the real glory days away in May of 82,
the first time. I did all 3.
Linda Vincent - Oceanside, CA firstname.lastname@example.org
happened to wonder if any of the old senority list are still around?
Walter R Randall - Brazoria Tx email@example.com
site. Thanks a lot for the pictures.
Glenn Harris - Atlanta, GA
flew for Braniff from '46 to '79, based at Dallas. Favorite routes were
the Jake Pickle Special, from Dallas to Austin to DC, Dallas/NY, and
Dallas/Denver - always got him home to Mom and the boys. What a great
thing it was to be a Braniff kid in a Braniff family. All the neighbors
- James, Hitt, Nicholson, Betts, Place, Raines, etc., were Braniff Captains.
I still remember Dad coming home on cold winter nights, in his navy
blue wool uniform overcoat which had absorbed the essences of the flight
deck - smelled like an old British sports car in there, and so did his
coat. Losing the line was like losing a favorite relative. Great site;
thanks for your great design work.
Sam Griswold - Austin, TX
AWESOME SITE!!!! ITS GOOD TO KNOW THAT BRANIFF IS STILL FLYING HIGH IN THE MINDS OF SOME OF US. I WOULD LIKE TO SEE MORE.
JEFFREY CONNELL - Tampa, FL