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Betty in the Sky with a Suitcase!

Welcome to the Betty in the Sky with a Suitcase podcast where you get to hear from flight attendants and pilots and wacky stories from traveling around the world.  Check out my main website for more information about my books, audio books and so much more.

May 29, 2007

Episode 33

This show is jam packed full with hijinks and pranks on the airplane, from the silly to the sublime!  Lets get the party started! 

Music by  Airplane by Sidestreet Blues

A special thanks to  for sending me the great suitcase!

over seventeen years ago

Hi Betty!
I just wanted to drop you a quick note to say thanks for doing your podcast. Its always wonderful to listen to all the quirky stories you collect- if anything it makes me want to travel more (and hopefully run into wonderful people like yourself!).
thanks again,

almost seventeen years ago


I\'ve been on the ground for nine months but every time I hear one of your episodes it reminds me of how great being in the air can be. I knew I was hooked when I started retelling the $400 360-degree 747 and look at our non-existent contrail stories in conversation. Keep up the good work!

almost seventeen years ago

Hello Betty, I have been catching up on your pod casts. What a perfect gift - a suitcase! Kudo\'s to Lands End for thinking of it! Take care G

Holger (MacManiac)
over seventeen years ago

Hi Betty! Listened to many of your latest Episodes in the Plane, been really funny. And I allways pause the music on my ipod when being asked for what I want to have to drink ;-))) Great show again, greetings from Austria, Holger

over seventeen years ago

I really enjoyed this last episode! Thanks for sharing your stories about how you put some fun into the flights. It sounds like you know how to make it a good time despite the morale. Keep spinning! -Dalila

over seventeen years ago

Congrats on the suitcase. LandsEnd makes great stuff and I\'m sure that case is going to last you years.

Thanks for a great show. Also, do you have a tipjar somewhere? I\'d love to throw some dollars your way. You have given me hours of laughs and grins and I\'d like to repay you for some of those good times.