For some of us, the thought of airplane travel in this day and age brings intense anxiety. For 81- year-old Bette Nash, it’s just another day’s work. Literally. For the past 60 years, Bette Nash has been a stewardess on some of the most noteworthy airlines and routes. And now, in an age when traveling by a plane poses new challenges, she hustles to work every day to greet passengers and serve drinks so that harried travelers can see a friendly face amidst the chaos that often accompanies flying today. Beginning in 1957, on the now defunct Eastern Airlines, Nash has seen it all- from the days of glamour to the current grunge. Since there’s no mandatory retirement age for stewardesses, her face may continue to grace the friendly skies for years to come. Read more about Bette Nash Here and watch a video interview with her from last year Here.