Business: A Guide to Adventurous Flying

Czechoslovakia's CSA is the best of a dubious bunch. Its pilots are relatively prudent, and its stewardesses—who tend to be long-limbed, cool blondes—are the most stylishly dressed. They serve Pilsen beer and the standard Eastern European airline fare of cheese, salami and black bread. On the ground, too, CSA is more efficient than the others. Prague's airport is modern and attractive and has a reasonable restaurant. Taxis are usually available.

Yugoslavia's JAT flies Western-built aircraft on international runs. Pilots like to dive at airports on landing. Stewardesses tend to be dark, curvaceous; they...

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