‘Nothing short of a miracle!’: Passenger lands small plane safely after pilot falls ill
15 May 2022 | 2:00 pm
A Passenger With No Flying Experience Landed a Cessna After the Pilot Went Down. This flight passenger really stuck the landing. After the pilot on his private plane became incapacitated, an anonymous passenger landed the aircraft himself—without any previous flying experience.
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