- The pilot, known as John has received praise for offering his passengers something to eat after diverting the flight due to bad weather
- One of the passengers has taken to his social media account to brag about the rare privilege they received from the pilot
- It is reported that the American Eagle which is a division of American Airlines’ flight was en route from Florida to North Carolina
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YEN News has gathered that an American Airlines pilot decided to divert his plane because of bad weather and spoiled his passengers.
It is reported that the American Eagle, a division of American Airlines had faced a few challenges and before taking off.
The flight was on The American Eagle faced a few hiccups before it departed from Key West in Florida to Charlotte in North Carolina.
However, the pilot discovered a number of challenges due to the weather and diverted to Charleston and upon arrival, he ordered pizza for his passengers.
One of the passengers known as Michael Beasley posted on his Twitter page, saying the pilot identified as John, had made their day.
"Yesterday (May 5) we got delayed for weather mid-air, eventually diverted for fuel. While we were stopped the pilot literally ordered pizza for the whole plane…what?! How does one order dominoes to a plane? We were on the tarmac, not even at a gate! 10/10."
According to IOL, another passenger, James Chipshop said he was also given pizza after a delay at Newark onboard a Delta flight to Heathrow. He is quoted:
"I’ve never seen so many delayed passengers have their mood immediately uplifted."
Meanwhile, the airline’s spokesperson has praised the pilot and crew members for his gesture, saying their team is the best in the business.
"Rain or shine, our team consistently proves they’re the best in the business," the airline spokesman said.
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YEN News recently reported that a beautiful young woman called Sisipho Nofemele recently made herself and thousands of South Africans proud after she obtained her private pilot's licence from the Border Aviation Club & Flight School.
The school took to their official Facebook page to congratulate the black queen on her stellar achievement, also taking the time to wish her many hours of happy hours.
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