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How This Private-Aviation Training Agency Takes Service to New Heights SkyAngels is out to make the skies a bit friendlier for flyers.

By Margaret Littman

This story appears in the November 2015 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe »

Jamie Kripke
Coffee, tea or tiara? Steffany Kisling’s SkyAngels cater to every airborne need.

Steffany Kisling never expected to get into the rarified world of private aviation. "I grew up with meager means. Even a commercial flight was a luxury," she points out.

Today Kisling, a former cabin attendant on flights and yachts, is the founder of a business that specializes in extravagance: San Francisco-based SkyAngels, which trains über-cabin attendants to see to every need of the famous or wealthy who fly high on private planes.

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