(Photo: Twitter: @jaidillon)
After the recent tragedy of the Germanwings crash that killed all 150 people aboard, a passenger named Bethanie wanted to thank her pilots for taking her home on a recent flight – safely.
“In light of the very recent tragedy in the French Alps and the loss of those poor 150 people, I feel the need to reach out to you and extend a compassionate hand. At the end of the day, we are all humans just trying to live this roller-coaster of a life we have been handed. I understand an event so horrific as this one affects those with your responsibility more than others, and maybe sometimes a kind word, random but heartfelt, can make a difference. I’m hoping to create a ripple effect and spread some compassion and understanding. Thank you for allowing me to live the life I do in Spain and split my time with my family in England too. You make the excitement I feel now to see my family possible. I hope you get to see your families soon.”
A letter given to a colleague from a passenger onboard his aircraft.. Providing proof that we’re all in this together pic.twitter.com/a0NrT3LAtT
— Jai Dillon (@jaidillon) March 30, 2015
Letter to Pilot after Germanwings tragedy