5.24.2010

By Ed Salvato

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Story by Ed Salvato; images by Kelsy Chauvin courtesy JetBlue

Last month we announced that JetBlue, already a gay-popular airline that's supportive of their gay and lesbian employees and passengers as well as many LGBT-popular causes, planned the first ever U.S. Pride flight from San Francisco to Long Beach, Calif., just in time for Long Beach Pride.

From all reports it was a rousing success from check-in to luggage retrieval after the flight. Hostess Pam Ann (a straight female drag queen), dazzling in red-sequined 1960s-style 'stewardess' uniform, unleashed the quips and one liners and had everyone in stitches from the get-go at JetBlue's check-in area at San Francisco International Airport.

Here is a link to an audio slideshow and a couple of photos to give you a taste of the day's events.

Pamm 

Laughs


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Story by Ed Salvato; images by Kelsy Chauvin courtesy JetBlue

Last month we announced that JetBlue, already a gay-popular airline that's supportive of their gay and lesbian employees and passengers as well as many LGBT-popular causes, planned the first ever U.S. Pride flight from San Francisco to Long Beach, Calif., just in time for Long Beach Pride.

From all reports it was a rousing success from check-in to luggage retrieval after the flight. Hostess Pam Ann (a straight female drag queen), dazzling in red-sequined 1960s-style 'stewardess' uniform, unleashed the quips and one liners and had everyone in stitches from the get-go at JetBlue's check-in area at San Francisco International Airport.

Here is a link to an audio slideshow and a couple of photos to give you a taste of the day's events.

Pamm 

Laughs


Picture 2
Story by Ed Salvato; images by Kelsy Chauvin courtesy JetBlue

Last month we announced that JetBlue, already a gay-popular airline that's supportive of their gay and lesbian employees and passengers as well as many LGBT-popular causes, planned the first ever U.S. Pride flight from San Francisco to Long Beach, Calif., just in time for Long Beach Pride.

From all reports it was a rousing success from check-in to luggage retrieval after the flight. Hostess Pam Ann (a straight female drag queen), dazzling in red-sequined 1960s-style 'stewardess' uniform, unleashed the quips and one liners and had everyone in stitches from the get-go at JetBlue's check-in area at San Francisco International Airport.

Here is a link to an audio slideshow and a couple of photos to give you a taste of the day's events.

Pamm 

Laughs

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