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[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] BRANIFF INTERNATIONAL EARLY '70S "I dream of Pucci
In fact, right out of the University of Minnesota, she joined Braniff International Airways and spent 10 highly successful years as a flight attendant.
He admits now what a frail system that was, but it gave him just enough experience to join Braniff International Airways, where he quickly rose through the ranks to become vice president of sales and administration.
Guthrie was Chief Financial Officer of two public companies in the airline industry - Southwest Airlines during its formative and high-growth years, and Braniff International during its initial restructure and successful reorganization.
In his 35-year airline career, Sterbenz worked for more than 15 years at Braniff International Airways.
Turoff spent 11 years in public accounting with Arthur Young & Company and held executive officer and director positions with several debtor companies, including Braniff International Corporation and its subsidiaries.
Horton is a 30-year airline industry veteran himself and has served in management capacities with Braniff International, TACA Group, and other carriers.
Furthermore, while there may have been slight degradation in airport credit quality, airport credit ratings remained firmly in the investment-grade stratum after the earlier liquidations of Eastern Airlines, Pan American World Airways, and Braniff International Airlines.