The pilot of the plane fainted in the air, the panicked passenger took a big step, see the viral video
Mumbai: Many of us must have traveled by air at least once in our lives, or those who haven’t, want to travel by air at least once. But suppose you are traveling by plane, and the driver is in a bad mood? What if he is not in a flying position? Think how serious this is. Which none of us would have thought of even in a dream, but it happened in reality.
You will remember the comedy film ‘Dhamaal’, in which something happened, in which the driver faints while intoxicated. The two passengers then enlist the help of an air traffic controller, but to no avail and the plane eventually crashes. But luckily nothing happens to anyone.
It was a comedy film that saved everyone’s life. But this is not possible in real life. A similar incident happened to a man in the United States, but his pilot was not intoxicated, his health deteriorated and his life was in danger.
What actually happened
The pilot of a small plane suddenly fell ill as it approached the Atlantic coast of Florida, prompting a passenger on board to seek help from an air traffic controller. The man immediately called for help and air traffic controllers helped the plane land safely. Actually, the passenger had no flying experience, but he landed with the help of an air controller.
Fortunately, the passenger plane managed to land safely, with no casualties.
The video of the plane landing is going viral on social media. Which is really a thorn in the flesh.
According to the LiveATC.net website, the passenger called the controller and said, ‘I have come to know about the serious condition. My pilot fainted. I don’t know how to fly an airplane. This website broadcasts and archives air traffic controllers.
Fort Pierce’s air traffic controller responded by asking if he knew the status of the single-engine Cessna 208. The traveler said, “I don’t know. I can see the Florida coast in front of me and I have no idea.”
According to Flight Aware, the plane took off from Marsh Harbor International Airport in the Bahamas on Tuesday. According to the Federal Aviation Administration, the pilot and two passengers were on board.
Officials said rescuers helped the pilot. No passenger was injured. Officials did not say what caused the pilot to fall ill.