As soon as I got off the plane, I was transported to a different world: a gentle warm breeze in the middle of December and ukulele music tinkling softly in the background.My friend Christina greeted me by draping a lei of fragrant tuberoses around my neck and exclaiming, “I was at this party last week, and there were so many hot single guys there, and I realized I don’t know any girls I could introduce them too.Didn't stick around long enough to see how big his ego got once he became pilot instead of co. I don't know anything about pilots in general, all I can say is my nephew has an ego the size of a 747.I agree it seems like you understand that they travel a lot and are not always home. He is married and his wife has a good job so she pretty much pays for all the nice stuff they have.Why that's happening almost 80 years after Helen Richey became the first woman to pilot a commercial airliner is a complex answer that involves money, training, job realities, girls' awareness about career options, and also a bit of mystery.
This might have something to do with the fact that so many will dig around inside seat pockets for discarded newspapers after a flight.I am just wondering what challenges anyone has faced dating a pilot?I know they are gone 3 to 4 days out of a week, which probably won't be a problem for me.(CNN) -- It's a familiar ritual of flying -- that moment when you're buckled into your seat and the cabin's loudspeakers come to life with a voice that says, "Hello, this is your captain speaking.Welcome aboard." But how many times in your travels has that voice belonged to a woman? While there are plenty of women working in the airline industry around the world -- from gate agents and flight attendants to the corporate rank and file -- men still dominate when it comes to finding a career in the cockpit.