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Jet Orange – The Menopause Airline

Wouldn’t it be great to be able to jump on an airline that caters to menopausal women this holiday season?

Welcome to Jet Orange: The Menopause Airline.

Here at Jet Orange, we cater to your every menopausal need. Our cabins are temperature controlled to cool and comfortable 53 degrees. We will supply thermal blankets for your loved ones shivering next to you.

Can’t remember what seat number you had? Don’t worry, we don’t have seat numbers, so it doesn’t even matter that you can’t remember a thing.

Flight attendants on Jet Orange are here for your safety and their own. Our flight attendants are wearing helmets and protective gear and can handle any violent outbursts that may occur.

Remember, no sharp objects are allowed on Jet Orange flights. Our flight attendants will collect all sharp objects once you board such as your pen, table knives, and swords.

Haven’t slept in 6 weeks? Just check the seat pocket in front of you, and you’ll find an assortment of complimentary items to help make your sleepless flight more enjoyable. (Sleeping mask, sticky notes to write down your kid’s names, tweezers and a hand mirror so you can spend hours plucking those chin hairs.)

We know that your emotions are wildly erratic and sometimes you just need to cry it out, so we run the movie, The Notebook on repeat throughout the whole flight.

We have an all you can eat sundae bar – open throughout the trip.

The best part is, here at Jet Orange, you won’t have to worry about remembering your flight, or your name. We’ll come pick you up.

Join us on Jet Orange: The Menopause Airline brought to you by MENOPAUSEMONDAYS®.

Our motto: We Will Get You There in a Flash!

Remember:  Suffering in silence is OUT!  Reaching out is IN.

Download my free eBook: MENOPAUSE MONDAYS  the Girlfriend’s Guide to Surviving and Thriving During Perimenopause and Menopause.

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3 thoughts on “Jet Orange – The Menopause Airline”

  1. Barbara Warren

    Thank you-this is hilarious!! I haven’t found much humor connected with aging. It is both appreciated and needed.

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