By Robyn Carr
3 friends--Nikki Burgess, who simply regained custody of her young children; Dixie McPherson, who's looking for real love; and Carlisle Bartlett, who harbors a depressing secret--get a moment likelihood at lifestyles and love once they subscribe to a brand new airline in Las Vegas, taking of venture on their goals. unique.
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Michael J. Conway, president and CEO of the former National Airlines, and before that America West Airlines, is one of the most remarkable leaders I have known. I watched him take money out of his own wallet to give to a ramp worker who was waiting for a paycheck before buying his required steel-toed boots. “Buy them now,” Conway said. He encouraged a vice president to send his secretary home to take care of her desperately handicapped baby and paid her salary for whatever work she could manage at home.
All of Dixie sparkled. She could easily have been one of those airline beauties back in the sixties. Five-eight, blond, blue-eyed, slender as a reed except for “her girls,” which were full and high and elegant. She had the kind of looks that had men crossing the room to ask if she was attached. A very pregnant flight attendant pulled an overnight bag on its rollers toward a podium on the other side of the concourse. “Now, there’s something else you wouldn’t have seen twenty-five years ago,” Dixie pointed out.
And there was the hub-and-spoke operation—all the planes converged on the airline’s hub several times a day and the passengers would deplane, filling up the airport, and reboard their connecting flight. ” Phoenix was Aries’s hub—everything went through Phoenix, then out again, like the spokes of a bike wheel. In between banks you could fire a cannon through the deserted airport concourses, something the average traveler never saw. Stricter security measures were put into place, but Nikki had no illusions about their effectiveness.
Blue Skies (Mira) by Robyn Carr