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AIR BAHAMA HISTORY BY FRED COX CREW FRIENDSHIP REUNION WEBSITE FIRST PUBLISHED JULY 16, 2000

MEET THE FABULOUS CREWS OF INTERNATIONAL AIR BAHAMA




Yvette sitting in front on Air Bahama Dream 
Come True reunion photo at Yvonneīs wonderful 
party the night before reunion dinner! 
Yvette is wearing elegant v-necked white 
sitting next to Carnetha Carew in lilac splendid 
outfit! How great to meet you again at the 
Nassau reunion! 


YVETTE AT LUX
REUNION JULY 2000



Yvette
Moos
Pauletto

My wonderful life as
a flight attendant for
International Air Bahama.

Yvette

photo no 2 - who are the
persons on the photo?
Yvette lives in beautiful Luxembourg
and attended the Luxembourg
reunion at the Hotel Italia

in July 2000 as well as
the Dream Come True Reunion
in Nassau July 2006!


photo no 1 - Barbara Bethel to
the left and Beverly McKinney to
the right and who is the person in
center? (is it Joyce Varga Petrina?)
(Tks for identifying, Beverly KcKinney!)

Carnetha Carew and
Marina Butler Mcclean


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Allowed to feed crew in flight ...
help the poor and needy ...
long hours and sore feet ...
Florence Nightingale alias F/A
Beverly McKinney helping Diane
Wildgoose to make it for landing!

Barbara Bethel scurries for
salvation at layover ... no
more passengers in sight
for at least 24 hours
FAA rules.

International Air Bahama
Handsome cockpit crews!



Artie Bunch in the observerīs
seat with captain?

photo no 6 - please name pilot!

photo no 7 - who is the handsome man?

Charming Bunch!


Captain Richard Rogers and ?

photo no 12

Brownie - or Ferdinand the Ferocious?

Got any coffee left? Long hours
in the cockpit at nightflights
between Nassau and Luxembourg.
Brownie cathcing up on the news.
INTERNATIONAL AIR BAHAMA CREW WEB

Flight school




International Air Bahama places great demands on its cabin crew. 
Each cabin crew member is responsible for giving our passengers 
a good inflight experience.

Furthermore, the cabin crew is responsible for passenger safety and 
comfort, which requires a sense of responsibility, collaborative 
skills and flexibility.

As a cabin attendant you must be able to give first aid and prevent 
and handle any critical situation.

You should have a desire to provide a good and personal service and 
be responsive to passenger requests and needs. 

You will be working at all hours of the day, often under time 
pressure and subject to high work requirements. 


Margie Ave Torres,
training instructor


Cabin crew check flight with
secret agent Thelma Otto
and Yvette

Flight attendants in the making
at flight school - who are they?

abandoned cabin ...
waiting for boarding.

YVETTE MOOS PAULETTO


Emergency training

IATA REGULATIONS
Mayday mayday -
anybody out there?


Emergency training, ditching on water


... he he ... itīs not for real,
weīre only testing lifevests on little
innocent children like you ...


Maybe if you came into the water
we would manage better ...
I feel the asphyxia coming on ...
I fear Iīm drowning ...
only mouth to mouth
resuscitation will
help now ...

Help! I will be
sinking ...
I canīt swim ...

Whatīs the man saying?
"Another issue is getting yourself and 
your passengers into the raft. 

With calm seas, warm water, and no injuries, 
itīs usually no problem. Some rafts are 
self-ballasted and have built-in ladders, 
making them easier to enter. Statistics 
show that most ditchings are successful. 
By one count, 88 percent of all ditchings 
were survived. Other statistics show a 
92-percent successful egress rate."
Cited from Airplane owners and pilots 
association. 

SOS CHILDREN VILLAGES - SHARE YOUR ABUNDANCE



IN FOND AND LOVING REMEMBRANCE OF ALL FRIENDS AND COLLEAGUES WHO ARE NO LONGER WITH US