by Julia Cooke
Between 1966 and 1975 the modern jet-age unfolded, offering a glamorous new career to women aboard the iconic Pan Am airline. With requirements for height, weight, age, college degree, and a minimum of two fluent languages, it was a competitive and lucrative lifestyle. Former real-life Pan Am stewardesses unite to tell the story from their point of view, from their liberation in the new era to their role in the Vietnam War, they reveal their extraordinary experiences.
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