Meet the World's Oldest Women Flight Attendant

December 26, 2017
Editor: Candy Liao
Meet the World's Oldest Women Flight Attendant
For nearly six decades, Bette Nash has been sharing her contagious smile with the world -- from 30,000 feet. This makes it quite possible that she's the world's most senior flight attendant, still flying. In the United States, pilots must retire at 65 but there is no such restriction on commercial flight attendants. So Nash is still flying with her impeccable style, incredible energy and a constant smile. The 81-year-old American Airlines flight attendant has no plans to retire just yet. [CCTV]
Meet the World's Oldest Women Flight Attendant
For nearly six decades, Bette Nash has been sharing her contagious smile with the world -- from 30,000 feet. This makes it quite possible that she's the world's most senior flight attendant, still flying. In the United States, pilots must retire at 65 but there is no such restriction on commercial flight attendants. So Nash is still flying with her impeccable style, incredible energy and a constant smile. The 81-year-old American Airlines flight attendant has no plans to retire just yet. [CCTV]
Meet the World's Oldest Women Flight Attendant
For nearly six decades, Bette Nash has been sharing her contagious smile with the world -- from 30,000 feet. This makes it quite possible that she's the world's most senior flight attendant, still flying. In the United States, pilots must retire at 65 but there is no such restriction on commercial flight attendants. So Nash is still flying with her impeccable style, incredible energy and a constant smile. The 81-year-old American Airlines flight attendant has no plans to retire just yet. [CCTV]
Meet the World's Oldest Women Flight Attendant
For nearly six decades, Bette Nash has been sharing her contagious smile with the world -- from 30,000 feet. This makes it quite possible that she's the world's most senior flight attendant, still flying. In the United States, pilots must retire at 65 but there is no such restriction on commercial flight attendants. So Nash is still flying with her impeccable style, incredible energy and a constant smile. The 81-year-old American Airlines flight attendant has no plans to retire just yet. [CCTV]

 

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