Work for BI at ORD 1960-1968, right through the beginning of the "Flying Colors." Great people, great company. Still in the travel industry.

Richard Sparks - Long Beach, CA


HIRED ON IN 1974 (KJFK ) MOVED TO HOUSTON (KIAH )IN 1976..STAYED TILL THE END IN 1982.NOW HAVE 18 YEARS WITH LAW ENFORCEMENT. "HOPE ALL ARE GOOD"

TODD MORONG - Houston, TX


I just want to see if any of my old friends are still around.....dope me a line..i still remember my first day..the lead agent told me we had lot of cargo to load...so he sent me to western airlines to borrow the bin strecher.they sent me to united and united sent me to alaska...by the time i got back to operation..everyone was laughing there heads off...braniff was a family. pawpawrocks@aol.com

Walter Roberts III - Seattle, WA


Many great memories brought back by your site. My dad (John Young) worked in Denver for over 30 years for BI up until 82. One of my fondest memories was on a flight back from Honolulu on Big Orange and getting called up to the cockpit by one of the pilots that knew my dad. Spent quite a bit of time in the cockpit talking with the crew. My dad loved working for Braniff and I loved reliving some of those memories.

Steve Young - Denver, CO


How can I find down people I have lost track of like Ludwell Denny (pilot), Jan Denny (f/a), Bill Kent(pilot), Tim & Kay Horn (f/a)? sharon@solution4you.com

Sharon Meisel - Annandale, VA


What a neat site! Airlines and their terminals these days are akin to multiple root canals. Viva the Flying Colors!

Jon Taylor, CMSGT, USAF, Ret - Tullahoma, TN