How a Woman Survived Falling 33,000 Feet Without a Parachute (Vesna Vulovic)

How a Woman Survived Falling 33,000 Feet Without a Parachute (Vesna Vulovic)

On January 26, 1972, a 22-year-old flight attendant Vesna Vulovic was not where she was supposed to be. She was cruising at 33,330 feet above Czechoslovakia in a DC-9 airplane, but her schedule had been mixed up with that of another stewardess named Vesna. This is the story of how a woman survived falling 33,000 feet without a parachute.