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The Last Hours of Their Lives by Joe Wellman

The Last Hours of Their Lives

by Joe Wellman

182 pages
Passenger lands an airliner after both pilots become ill.

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About the Book
It has never happened in commercial aviation history. No airliner has ever lost both of its pilots for medical reasons. It finally happened on Marist Airlines Flight 212 when the flight lost the first officer to a severe case of food poisoning and, moments later, the captain to a stroke. Because both officers succumbed to their illnesses almost simultaneously, no emergency call to Air Traffic Control was ever made. To make matters worse, there were no dead heading crew members on board, nor military pilots or even an experienced private pilot. The only person on board with any flying experience was a fifty-three-year-old woman with just forty hours of flying. The question passengers, ATC, and Marist Airlines kept asking as she took control of the plane, would she be able to safely land the plane?



About the Author
Mr. Wellman is a retired teacher who taught psychology and sociology in Illinois high schools for thirty-five years. He is also a former certified flight instructor, airplane and instrument. He lives in a suburb northwest of Chicago. When hes not writing, hes playing golf and traveling.



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