The Fearless Flier’s Handbook: Learning to Beat the Fear of Flying with the Experts from the Qantas Clinic
Paperback | 208 pages
154 x 229 x 11mm | 289g
01 Jan 1999
Random House USA Inc
As many as one in five people is afraid of flying. For some, the fear is so paralyzing that they have never boarded a plane. For others, flying is a necessary evil-they’ll do it because they have to, but it’s torture. They white-knuckle their way through the flights they have to take or avoid air travel and miss out on promotions, business opportunities, and the thrill of visiting new places with friends and family.
This book provides a sensible, tested alternative, with proven strategies that have helped hundreds of people overcome their fears and head happily skyward. Based on the Australian airline Qantas’s world-renowned “Fearless Fliers” course, THE FEARLESS FLIER’S HANDBOOK is filled with soothing facts and step-by-step exercises for turning fear into calm and confidence.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Debbie Seaman is an award-winning journalist who has written about the creative side of advertising for more than two decades.
Seaman’s first book was published in 1995, and she has since written over twenty novels for adults and young adults.
Her work has appeared in magazines and newspapers around the world, including The New York Times and Newsweek International.