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The British Airways staff, flight is with the father, and their children, in honor of father’s day

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How sweet! In honor of father’s day, British Airways was recently surprised by some of the founding fathers of the workforce, with a special assignment to work on a long-haul flight, as well as their children, who were also in the employ of the carrier.

With a full report of the 16th of June, when the holiday is celebrated in both the united states and the united kingdom, and the unique-flight from London Heathrow to San Diego, it was served with a “full” parent-child teams, according to a news release.

The check-in crew, gate agents, operations managers, engineers, and even cabin crew and pilots of the airline, claims that is a one-of-a-kind journey, also available on the dads and their sons and daughters.

The check-in crew, gate agents, operations managers, engineers, and even cabin crew and pilots of the airline, claims that is a one-of-a-kind journey, also available on the dads and their sons and daughters.
(British Airways)

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“Neither of the pair had ever worked together, which makes the flight a special experience,” the release stated.

“Neither of the pair had ever worked together, which makes the flight a special experience.”
(British Airways)

A lot of the British Airways ‘ staff who work on the flight and agreed that it has to be present, to not be alone in the one-of-a-kind journey with their loved one, but they all share a passion for a career in the aviation industry to work together, as well.

“For the past 20 years, and my daughter looked at me and flying around the world, and I am proud to say that I was inspired to do the same thing as a cabin crew. This is the first time that we have ever worked with on the same plane together, and this is a very special feeling,” Captain Martin Ewins said. “I was very proud of her, and as soon as we got off the plane, we weren’t just father and daughter, only two members of the flying crew are getting ready for a flight.”

In honor of father’s day, British Airways was recently surprised by some of the founding fathers of the workforce, with a special assignment to work on a long-haul flight, as well as their children, who were also in the employ of the carrier.
(British Airways)

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Lois Mackerness, a member of the crew, in the same way, and reflected, that this was a life-long inspired by her father’s enthusiasm for his work.

“Growing up, seeing the pride and passion that my father has to care for his clients really encouraged me to work hard and try to make sure that I love what I do. It was great to be able to work on the board together,” Mackerness said. “I picked up some of his best tips that he has learned through his many years of flying.”

A member of the crew, Andrew Obal added that it is the Father’s Day is a time to make all the more sense in his family: his son is now a father as well.

With a full report of the 16th of June, when the holiday is celebrated in both the united states and the united kingdom, and the unique-flight from London Heathrow to San Diego, it was served with a “full” parent-child team.
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“Me and my son are often working in different time zones, and countries all over the world, it sometimes means that we’re going to celebrate a special day such as birthdays and Christmas on two different dates,” Obal was revealed. “Father’s day, it is especially important for us, as my son is now a father as well, so that will be a part of this race, and look upon my son, for our customers it was a very special moment in time.”

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