Boston’s Bette Nash has worked for American Airlines for 65 years, which is a record according to Guinness.
In 1957 she became a flight attendant.
Nash was free to choose any route, and for most of her career she was loyal to the New York-Boston-Washington DC shuttle, reports ABC’s Sam Sweeney.
Nash chose and chooses this path because it allows her to be home every night with her disabled son, whom she still cares for to this day.
“I fly hundreds of thousands of miles a year, but those are always my best flights when Bette is on the plane,” said one passenger.
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https://abc13.com/bette-nash-longest-serving-flight-attendant-american-airlines-guinness-world-record/12006748/ Guinness World Records recognizes the 86-year-old woman as the longest-serving (and oldest) flight attendant in the world