Julia Cooke: The Women of Pan Am

The Damcasters - The Aviation History Podcast
The Damcasters - The Aviation History Podcast
Julia Cooke: The Women of Pan Am

The 1960s saw the true birth of international air travel. The glamour of the jet set was only matched by the glamour of the flight attendants that cared for them. as they dashed across the globe. At the forefront of this change in air travel were Pan American Airways and their powder blue uniformed stewardesses. 

While the hyper-sexualised image of the stewardesses was capitalised upon by the airlines, the women themselves were in no way stereotypes. Joining me today is author Julia Cooke, whose new book Come Fly the World looks at the remarkable period in the late 60s when Pan Am stated: “Stewardesses Wanted. Must Want The World.”

Julia’s website can be found at: http://www.juliacooke.com/
You can follow Julia on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/juliaccooke

If you are in the UK, you can buy a copy of Come Fly the World at the Boney Abroad Podcasts Bookshop on the link below. 10% of every sale goes to supporting the podcast, and Bookshop.org will donate to help independent bookshops in the UK too. Get your copy here:: https://uk.bookshop.org/a/11015/9781785787799

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