When airline cabins were the most sexist workplaces complete with 'Charm Farm' and skimpy outfits

TOM LEONARD: The 1960s and 1970s are often described as the Golden Age of air travel. In 1965 alone, a million women were interviewed for 10,000 jobs as 'sky girls' on U.S. airlines.

When airline cabins were the most sexist workplaces complete with 'Charm Farm' and skimpy outfits
TOM LEONARD: The 1960s and 1970s are often described as the Golden Age of air travel. In 1965 alone, a million women were interviewed for 10,000 jobs as 'sky girls' on U.S. airlines.