From the blurb:
Cockpit Confidential covers not only the nuts and bolts of flying, but also the grand theater of air travel, from airport architecture to inflight service to the excitement of travel abroad. It’s a thoughtful, funny, at times deeply personal look into the strange and misunderstood world of commercial flying.
The ideal book for frequent flyers, nervous passengers, and global travelers.
Mr. Smith is a regular contributor on Rudy Maxa’s World radio show, and I am interested to read his book.
Please share something interesting from your most recent flight by Tuesday, July 02 at 23:59 EDT. One potential winner will be selected at random and notified by email by Wedensday, July 03 at 23:59 EDT and posted here. A valid email address in the comment form is required to notify the potential winnerwho must respond to accept the book by Tuesday, July 09 at 23:59 EDT. Available to US entrants/addresses only.
And the winner is #24, jamie, who wrote: “most recent flight was MCO-MDW on WN (Southwest). Thought that the best way to guarantee an empty seat next to me was to leave a middle seat between me and my 4 year old. Surely that’s the last seat anyone would want. I was right, it was the very last seat taken on a completely full flight. LOL. (Of course, I scooted my child over to the middle and let the grown-up sit in the window, but if there had actually been any extra seats, the one next to me would’ve been unoccupied).”