The airline business is not an easy one. With rising gas prices and the unpredictability of flight schedule changes, keeping customers happy proves to be incredibly difficult. Starting a successful airline comes with more challenges than the start of just about any other business—the stress alone is enough to make a man buckle at the knees. But starting three airlines?
Apparently it’s not as impossible as one would think. Enter: David Neelman. Born in Sao Paulo Brazil and raised in the United States, Neelman successfully started three airlines: Morris Air, JetBlue Airways and Azul Brazilian Airlines.