"Come Fly With Us:...traces the evolution of the profession from in-flight caregiver to airborne bombshell to highly trained lifesaver. -- New York Daily News, March 5, 2003
Signs that flight attendants are suddenly chic: The glossy coffee-table tome Come Fly With Us!... -- USA Today, March 21, 2003
providing a colorful and detailed history of the 64-year-old profession of the airline hostess. -- Austin Chronicle
recalls a long-gone glamorous era when women traveled in pumps -- Newsweek
From the Inside Flap
In 1930, a young woman named Ellen Church from Cresco,Iowa, talked an airline executive into hiring her as the world's first airline hostess. In doing so, she created a new profession, and a revolutionary shift in the public's perception of women at work began.