- A female pilot has been celebrated by passengers of a plane after she landed safely at an airport amid turbulent weather conditions
- A video of the visibly astound passengers applauding her as she arrived in the company of her male colleagues at the airport has emerged
- In the video, the female pilot attempts to explain the cause of the turbulence during the flight
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A female pilot has been showered with accolades by passengers of a plane after she mastered the moment and landed safely at an airport amid uneasy weather conditions.
Though details of the incident remain sketchy, a video of the female pilot arriving in the company of her male colleagues at the airport has surfaced on social media.
In the heartwarming video, passengers of the plane could be seen applauding the young female pilot as she arrived in the company of her male colleagues.
Asked whether she was frightened, she said she wasn’t, and that her focus was to fly the plane straight to the airport.
Passengers aboard the plane who were visibly overwhelmed by the incident gave different narrations about the unpleasant experience.
One woman was captured in tears as she expressed appreciation to the pilot for a safe landing.
Another man could be heard saying, ''you did very well'' as other passengers excitedly gathered around the female pilot to thank her for mastering the moment and landing safely to save their lives.
Watch the video below.
In other news, YEN.com.gh previously reported that detained mothers at a government hospital in Accra can express a sigh of relief after the local charity, Crime Check Foundation paid their bills for them to be discharged.
Crime Check Foundation disclosed in a post on its Facebook page that as part of its charity series, the foundation paid a visit to a government hospital in Accra to settle medical bills owed by the detained mothers who had given birth to new babies.
''As part of our Health Check Series, we visited one government hospital in Accra to pay the bills of some women who have delivered but have been detained at the hospital because of their inability to pay their bills,'' the foundation said.
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