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A man is being hailed as a “flight of angel” at the console of a 96-year-old woman who was nervous about flying by herself for the first time in 15 years.
The unidentified young man was sitting next to the older woman, whom he did not know, on a Southwest Airlines flight from San Diego to Nashville, tn in the last month.
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According to a nearby passenger, Megan, Ashley, who took pictures of some of them and shared them on Facebook, and the nonagenarian declared, that they would go to Kansas City for her birthday to visit her family, but was “afraid of flying?”
“She asked me to be in this man’s hand during take-off and then covered him with the feeling of turbulence,” She captioned the photo.
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“This, sir, I should say, happy, took her by the hand, let her hold on to him, and calmed her by talking to her and explaining everything that has happened, and it was just that the stranger was there in front of her. He knew exactly what to do with all the way to help you,” She continued.
The passenger will also be shared with that the man went above and beyond, even after the race.
“He held up her purse, helped her to get out of the plane and into the wheelchair, and then they will be confused by the question as to where her daughter was, she called out to her, her sister, and he stayed with her until she had her trapped, with her daughter, who was separated from her,” she wrote. “This is the man I gave the flight an angel.”
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She said as she walked out of the first shed tears of happiness ‘ on the man’s selfless actions, adding that the old woman was very grateful and even gave him one of her “flight pretzels” in order to thank him for his help.
“Hats off to you sir, for your heart and your compassion towards someone who you’ve never met,” she wrote in the caption.
The heartwarming moment went viral after being posted on Facebook over the past month.
Those of you who are on Facebook were just as touched by the beautiful story, which has drawn nearly 300 comments on Facebook as of Friday afternoon.
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“Good story,” someone wrote.
“We need to see more of this in the world,” another said.
“Omg, this is good,” said.
Even in the West, was surprised by the time.
In a statement to Fox News, the carrier said that they would like their clients had a “positive experience.”
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“Citizenship is very important to us at Southwest Airlines, and we are very pleased that our Customers have, in practice, on board every day. We have the best Customers in the world, and have been constantly amazed at how they treat our People and each other,” the statement read.