THE "LAYOVER" BAR
Cowgirl Motto: "Party till he's cute"
THE "LAYOVER" BAR
Welcome to "The "Layover" Bar" ...... It might be any bar ... how 'bout The Zebra Room downstairs at the Aladin Hotel, Kansas City .... or The Lobby Bar at the Sheraton in Fort Smith .... how about the cowboy bar in Minatare, NE on our Scottsbluff layovers .... remember the Sip and Dip Bar in Great Falls .... the lobby bar at the Ramada Smith Road in Denver .... pick your favorite layover bar and this is it .... drop a "bar story" note in the guest book .... tell us about your favorite "party place" ....
Note from Webmaster:  This is a party place ... if you don't party and don't appreciate some of the things that go on at parties .... don't open these links .... and don't send me a "nasty" note ....you have been told .... *grinning*
United hired gentlemen with the expectation of training them to become  pilots.
The "old" Frontier hired pilots hoping to train them to become  gentlemen.
Despite their best efforts, neither carrier was considered  successful. 

THE "LAYOVER" BAR
WARNING:   There is not one thing in here that is "politically correct" -- you have been warned!!!
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Easter Egg for the "Gals in the back"
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The pilots life is founded on three things: sex, seniority, and salary, in that order.
— Dr. Ludwig Lederer, corporate physician, American Airlines.


A free ride and free food are two of the three things no pilot ever turns down.
— attributed to Dick Rutan.

There is no more alluring airspace in the world than the slit up a China girl's dress.
— Earnest K. Gann, 'Band of Brothers'.

ALPA Magazine sometime during the mid 1980's
Hey girls .... step into the back room and get one of Bobby's Boobie Checks ...
Bobby Parcell
This page was last updated: May 19, 2011
Click on the "Outlaw" Logo .... it will take you to their website ... a GREAT cigar store in North Kansas City and a GREAT party place ....
Now playing on the jukebox - "All My Old Flames" - Mark Chestnut