Dwight Chiles - Dallas, TX
I flew Braniff several times in the late 60's. The big banana and the big pickle. What Fun! The stews all wore paisley jump suits with mini skirts, and once on board the minis came off. The seats were all different patterns and colors. It was very trippy... a cool late 60's thing to do. TWA and American never made the impression on me that Braniff did. I miss them. Peace and Love.
John Emerick - Springfield, IL
I used to work
RES in Hou and Dal (1974 to 1979). Are there any reunions anymore? Haven't
attended one since early 1990's. email@example.com
Jann Krieger - Houston, TX
WHAT A TERRIFIC WEB-SITE!!! WHAT A TREAT & BEAUTIFUL FLASHBACK TO SOME WONDERFUL MEMORIES WHEN WORKING FOR A REAL AIRLINE WAS TRULY GLAMOROUS!!!! TOO BAD THE LIKES OF "SOUTHWEST" AND "HOOTERS AIR" HAS DESTROYED WHAT USED TO BE!!!!!!
Jim & Tom, Baltimore, MD
As a pre-teen in
1980 I vividly remember flying from Los Angeles to Buenos Aires via
Santiago, Chile. What an awesome flight! When we made our stop in Chile,
I ran from coach, to first class, asked the steward and stewardess if
i could please see first class and the cockpit...I also remember chatting
w/the pilots and sitting in the pilots seat and had a picture taken
..I'll never forget the ambience, class and style that Braniff had that
year...Big 747 Orange Braniff Place will never capture the look, style
or feeling from those days, even at 12 years old, I felt the airline
that I cannot feel today..
Bruno Jose Peiten - Los Angeles, CA
to one of America's Pride and Joy! "The Colors in the Skies"
Luis J. Garcia - Miami, FL