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Celebrate Flight During National Aviation Week
15th August, 2014
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From traditional to arbitrary, holidays are recognized by bringing people together to celebrate and honor what's most important to them. One of my personal favorites happens annually during the month of August with a week-long tribute to a subject I am very passionate about: aviation.

National Aviation Week is celebrated during the third week of August, which also encompasses the anniversary of Orville Wright's birth, August 19. Wright was an aviation pioneer who, together with his brother Wilbur, is credited with producing the world's first successful airplane. This week celebrating aviation is intended to increase awareness, knowledge and appreciation of aviation. While a visit to the Wright Brothers National Memorial in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina will transport you to the early 1900s and the first flights, I'd like my experience as a JetBlue flight attendant to serve as an inside look into the world of commercial aviation and those who make our daily flights happen.

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