Losing My Virginity: The Autobiography - Chapters 20-21, August-February 1991 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 20-21, August-February 1991 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 20 August-October 1990 describes Iraq's invasion of Kuwait that doubles the price of aviation fuel. Fuel is the other main factor to passenger count that affects airline profitability. Richard receives a call from Queen Noor of Jordan. Richard meets with her after his Atlantic balloon crossing to teach her and King Hussein of Jordan how to fly a balloon. She calls him now to fly blankets and other supplies to Amman, Jordan for Iraqi refugees. Richard drafts a letter for the King to send Iraq's ruler. Saddam Hussein replies with an offer to release women, children and sick hostages if someone of stature asks publicly. Richard organizes a volunteer flight crew to go to Baghdad. The mission succeeds and Ted Heath accompanies a crowd for the return flight. British Airways President Lord King is offended by Richard's mission...

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