Kathleen Hesse

United Airlines

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Kathleen Hesse is a pilot for United Airlines.

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Kathleen Hesse and Perry Cockreham with United Airlines on board a Boeing 747 Photo by Avishay Artsy 
 The "Queen of the Skies" - the Boeing 747 - makes its final flight today for…

Bon voyage Boeing 747, welcome back, Supersonic

Kathleen Hesse and Perry Cockreham with United Airlines on board a Boeing 747 Photo by Avishay Artsy The "Queen of the Skies" - the Boeing 747 - makes its final flight today for…

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