Boston resident — 86-year-old Bette Nash, — who has worked in aviation for 65 years, was named the longest-serving stewardess in the world according to the Guinness Book of Records, Interfax writes.
It is noted that the woman has been working as a stewardess since 1957 without any breaks. She started out with Eastern Airlines and is now an employee of American Airlines.
Bette Nash spent most of her time on the New York — Boston — Washington. According to the woman, this allows her to return home at night to care for her disabled son.
Also, Bette Nash is recognized as the oldest working stewardess in the world today, again according to the Guinness Book of Records.
It was previously reported that the Vivo X Fold foldable smartphone was included in the Guinness Book of Records for its ability to fold several hundred thousand times.
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