Trained pilot landed on difficult plane following instructions from control tower
Sydney: Being the first flight and flying at a height of 6,000 feet, the aircraft is flying slowly and at the moment it is discovered that the instructor is unconscious, the training pilot’s senses are sure to be strong, which is also the predictor of a major accident. May be.
According to the International News Agency, the instructor was knocked unconscious during the first pilot pilot flight in Australia, where Australian youngster Max Sylvester experienced flying for the first time in his life.
Max Sylvester made his first flight with the instructor of Air Australia International and when the ship reached a height of 6,000 feet, the instructor unconsciously fell on Sylvester’s shoulder and did not rise again.
Sylvester sent an emergency landing code to the control tower. Sylvester said it was the first flight and had never made a landing, but the control tower dared to make a landing by controlling emotions and following instructions.
Sylvester followed the instructions received from the control tower and landed aboard and stumbled upon landing. Sylvester’s wife and two children watched the scenes from boarding.