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Katie Nolan Visits Travel World As Host Of United's 'Big Metal Bird'

Entertainment | United Airlines | Gabe Zaldivar | March 30, 2016

Katie Nolan Visits Travel World As Host Of United's 'Big Metal Bird'

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Katie Nolan, that bright burning star of hilarity seen on Fox Sports 1’s “Garbage Time,” is dipping her toes in the travel industry.

A tip of the hat to Awful Announcing for highlighting the fact that a personality beloved for sharp insight into the sporting world was, for some odd reason, enjoying a sojourn in the airline industry.

The reason, as best we can tell, is that it makes perfect sense.

Even if you don’t know who Nolan is you will undoubtedly enjoy the whimsical way she approaches the subject matter.

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And really, even if you are an airline buff with model airplanes filling your home office, the subject can be a bit dry in the wrong hands.

Here is the teaser for the YouTube show entitled “Big Metal Bird.”  

The show is essentially a way to introduce the consumer to United, personalizing the experiencing with short episodes that are fun to watch.

Boarding an airplane can so often be an impersonal experience. Some consider a flight to be similar across the board.

Obviously, we understand that just isn’t the case. United, however, is going one step further with a web series that pulls the curtain back in a fun way.

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While the series doesn’t allow for embedding, you can view each episode at the above link, including an interesting look at United’s process for quelling that hunger with its inflight menu. And there is even an immersive video on the laborious maintenance that goes into ensuring your flight is as safe as possible.

From airline enthusiasts to casual travelers the web series is packed with so much that will invigorate your next trip.

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