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"89 Things To Do As An Airline Employee Before You QUIT" by Kerwin McKenzieMy buddy Kerwin McKenzie has written a unique book for airline employees (and others). It’s called “89 Things To Do As An Airline Employee Before You QUIT.” As Amazon notes, the book is a “step-by-step blueprint for airline employees, their family and friends on how to maximize their airline travel benefits. The book presents 89, well 91 different travel experiences an airline employee can and should experience before leaving the airline industry.”

Kerwin worked in the airline industry for 16.5 years before retiring in June 2011. He holds a Master’s degree in Aeronautical Sciences from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (known as the “Harvard of the Skies”) and has been traveling the world since he hraduated. I can vouch for him as I see him all over the world at conferences and on social media. He’s visited 121 countries/territories and has flown on 171 airlines! Now that’s impressive.

You can get a sample of the book (his first nine tips) by clicking the book cover in the upper left-hand corner of his Amazon page. As you’ll see, there are ideas and tips even for non-employees inside.

Grab it: Grab it “89 Things To Do As An Airline Employee Before You QUIT” by Kerwin McKenzie on Amazon from $17.89.


Johnny Jet

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1 Comment On "Travel Book of the Week: "89 Things To Do As An Airline Employee Before You QUIT" by Kerwin McKenzie"
  1. Kerwin McKenzie|

    Hi Johnny,

    Thanks for the inclusion, I truly appreciate it.
    If anyone has questions, I’m more than happy to answer them.


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