The pilot, who had no flight experience, managed to land a small plane in Florida on Tuesday after their pilot became a “missing” ambulance.
The Cessna 208 motorbike landed successfully at Palm Beach International Airport at around 12:30 pm on Tuesday at the NBC branch. WPTV: reports West Palm Beach.
In Fort Pierce Tower, an unknown direction warning is heard directly from the air traffic control bell. “I have a serious situation here.”
“My pilot has become incompatible. “I have no idea how to fly the plane,” they say.
“Roger. What is your position? ” the dispatcher answers.
“I have no idea,” says the guide. “I see the Florida coast in front of me. “And I have no idea.”
The dispatcher is heard telling the pilot to “maintain the level of the wings” or “just try to go back to the shore, north or south” while the crew tries to find the plane.
Eventually, the controller was able to walk the plane down the landing stairs.
“Man, they did a great job,” someone can be heard saying in a separate call log from the air traffic control station.
“You said the passengers landed on the plane.” another asks. “My God, great job.”
The first person can be heard saying that the passenger “did not have flight experience” before landing the plane. They said the flight controller, who was a flight instructor, helped them.
Representatives of the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office said that one person was taken to hospital in connection with the incident, WPTV reports. They did not disclose information about the person’s condition or identity, the news station reported. NBC News contacted the sheriff’s office for further comment.
The FAA is investigating the incident.
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