|Occupation||flight attendant, model, television presenter, nurse|
|Known for||face of British Airways in their "Fly the Flag"|
Roz Hanby (born 1951 in London), a former flight attendant, is notable for being the face of British Airways in their "Fly the Flag" advertising campaign over a 7-year period in the 1980s. She became a minor celebrity as a result.
She was educated at the Lycée Français and became fluent in French and Spanish. After modelling work she joined BOAC in 1970 as a flight attendant on VC10 aircraft. Following her appearances in British Airways commercials she worked as a television presenter for TVS before going into nursing. Today she works as a nurse at Leaden Hall School in Wiltshire.
- Roz Hanby 'The Most Famous Air Stewardess in the World'
- Roz Hanby donning her old British Airways uniform for a school event in 2007
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