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An American Airlines pilot, capped off his 35-year into the air by a passenger with a very special gift.
Captain Joe and The he gave his of AA Captain’s wings, Ki, Klitenick, 2, and having a child with Down syndrome on the runway of the Miami International Airport after a flight from Madrid on Jan. 2.
The flight 69, the pilot, was the last one before retirement, which was fitting considering it was the Klitenick for the first time in the air.
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When he received his new wings, the cockpit, Klitenick, laughed, and clapped. He even said “thank you” in sign language after The pinned to his t-shirt.
“It’s so amazing what he has done. The whole thing was just so cool,” Ai’s mother, Sarah, and We Klitenick, told the Orlando Sentinel.
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Chance circumstances helped the Ai in a flight you will never forget. Sarah, 34, and the Ai happened to be sitting next to Joe’s wife, Barbara, during a flight back from Spain.
“My last race was very special for many reasons,” said Weis is on Facebook. “Wendy’s was sitting in a row of Ai, and his mother, from Madrid, spain. They found out that this was his first flight. Since it was my last, and first, we’ve decided to make it special. So I pinned up my AA Captain’s wings on him, and after we landed in Miami.”
Sarah and Wendy were talking, before The text message to her husband as if he was flying the plane. The eventually came out of the cockpit, in order to satisfy the whole family.
“With all of the negative things that are going on in the world, and it’s just nice when people do things that are incredibly beautiful,” Sarah told the Orlando Sentinel.
Because they are at home, Sarah tells Ai that can’t stop talking about his new wings, and a friend of his.
Klitenick, told the outlet, when she says: “the Captain,” and her son responding, “Joe,” and he points to his chest where the wings are located.
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“I will remember this always,” Weis said.