nice The scene was shared on social media by Southwest Airlines
This is the pilot himself who suggested to recover the mobile. — Scottslm/Pixabay
Without the gesture of this pilot, a passenger who had just boarded on board an airplane Long Beach Airport, Los Angeles (USA), might never have recovered. his cell phone. The scene was relayed last Sunday on social networks by the company Southwest Airlines, at; on the occasion of World Kindness Day.
The company explains that one of its employees found a telephone in the departure lounge. According to Chris Perry, spokesman for Southwest Airlines, the passenger who discovered the phone had discussed with its owner shortly before. He was therefore able to inform the crew of the flight he was traveling on, reports CNN.
When our Employees at @LGBairport noticed a Customer's phone left behind in a gate area after a flight that was already boarded and pushed back from the gate, they didn't hesitate. #WorldKindnessDay pic.twitter.com/cf3gJy8Nmy
— Southwest Airlines (@SouthwestAir) November 13, 2022
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Through the cockpit window
Problem, the doors of the ’ device were already closed. “The captain immediately suggested; that the ramp agents on the ground are trying to throw the phone at him so he can return it to the customer,” our colleagues.
On the video, we see the captain leaning to try to reach the laptop held by an employee. on the ground. It’s finally a member of staff, taller than his colleague, who succeeded in transmitting… to the cheers of passengers watching the scene from the airport.