Flying Alone



Flying Alone At thirteen years old, Elizabeth Ruggiero s heart was broken when her father died suddenly But there was a bigger challenge ahead when doctors told her she probably had multiple sclerosis at 22 years old Elizabeth vowed that this new challenge would not put restrictions on her life and embarked on a lifelong dream to fly for the airlines Starting at the small local airport, the aviation world swallowed her whole, and the next five years of her life were as turbulent as an airplane in a thunderstorm, never knowing when, how or if she would emerge An agonizing love affair with her flight instructor, dangerous risks in the sky and flying broken airplanes for shady companies all intertwined to define her road to the airlines Elizabeth made it to her goal and was hired by Trans World Airlines in 1989 Flying Alone is told with soul baring candor, taking readers on a suspenseful journey through the terror, romance and ultimate victory of those years. New Read Flying Alone [ by ] Beth Ruggiero York [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 202 pages
  • Flying Alone
  • Beth Ruggiero York
  • English
  • 12 September 2017

10 thoughts on “Flying Alone

  1. David Crawley says:

    HIGHLY RECOMMENDED FOR ALL READERS An absolutely outstanding memoir that I wasn t able to put down until I had read the last page Climbing the experience ladder in civilian aviation to become an airline pilot involved flying for several fly by night companies which had little respect for FAA regulations and maintenance requirements The author describes in detail a number of harrowing flying experiences and honestly bares her own mistakes in judgment and planning in a few instances The descr HIGHLY RECOMMENDED FOR ALL READERS An absolutely outstanding memoir that I wasn t able to put down until I had read the last page Climbing the experience ladder in civilian aviation to become an airline pilot involved flying for several fly by night companies which had little respect for FAA regulations and maintenance requirements The author describes in detail a number of harrowing flying experiences and honestly bares her own mistakes in judgment and planning in a few instances The descriptions of her flights and exciting moments in the air are intertwined with candid and open accounts of a turbulent personal life and a romantic relationship that was all wrong and clearly doomed from the beginning She reached her career goal in the end, but her major airline employment was cut short by a serious disqualifying medical diagnosis This didn t stop this determined young woman from avidly pursuing another career with equal fervor She says, I have continued ...

  2. Elaine Forsey says:

    Beth This is a beautifully written memoir of your journey in searching for acceptance and belonging Your vulnerability as you allow us to witness your attachment to an aviation instructor, your struggles to succeed, and your confusion It s a wonderful feminist story about pursuing a career in a male dominated culture, having to constantly be better than their male counterparts to be taken seriously and accepted.Now for another memoir including the important mother daugh...

  3. Kayo says:

    Had high hopes for this one Was a bit monotonous and it wasn t a fun read Thanks to author, publisher and Netgalley for the chance to read this book While I got the book for free, it had no bearing on the rating I gave it.

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