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Pilot in tears after choir surprises him on his retirement flight:'May God hold in you the palm of His hand'

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There wasn't a dry eye outside gate K5 at Chicago O'Hare airport when an American Airlines pilot was surprised after his retirement flight from Dublin, Ireland with an Irish blessing (www.foxnews.com) Altro...

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ianmcdonell
A very nice story of a very nice gesture
johndschwab
That was our church choir from St. Anthony’s on the Lake Parish in Pewaukee, WI. It was most special as it was our choir director’s last “concert” before her retirement as well!
sparkie624
sparkie624 5
WOW.. Nice for both.... they did a Good job... Wish I had been there.
sparkie624
sparkie624 17
That is fantastic... that was a very nice thing for them to do... Thumbs up to all who arranged and did this... Job well done.. need more stories like this.
watkinssusan
what a lovely gesture..as a norm, retiring pilots are treated to a waterspray arrival by the airport firetrucks,and a cake and ballons at the entry gate..this was an added bonus for this man! i wish him the best in his retirement...
exectreasures
Thank you sir!
tsilver473
Good luck rest of time
aracing
aracing 3
Many years back my uncle made his retirement flight and his son, who was a pilot for another airline, was allowed to be his 2nd officer (co-pilot). I can't remember, but I think their airlines were Eastern and Delta. The passengers were served champagne and cake. I don't know, but I'll bet it wasn't just coke and sandwiches in the cockpit.
coltonfletcher
thats pretty cool!!!
watersw1
Enjoy your retirement, you earned it! Thank you for all those safe flights on AA. God Bless.
jsdobson
Wow! A tip of the cap to the choir and the flight attendants who made the arrangements for the choir to honor the pilot.
paulfharris
Enjoy Ur Retirement Captain for a job well done - Thank U
2 all the people involved with this event - Well done & Thank U
ltcolfourwheeler
This is one of those success stories that we pray for each and every day. Welcome home, Sir.
KoolerKT
KoolerKT 1
Praise the Lord of all!!
Launa7
Nancy Dash 1
So beautiful! Congratulations Sir.
jbaugh3
john baugh 1
So many pilots get medically retired. He obviously took good care of himself and was able to make the most of his career. Classy pilot!
KineticRider
65 is NOT old if you aren't a slug and stay active.
Jdrjag
Well done that group!
gregmermel
Something's off, or perhaps incomplete, in this story. As written, it suggests he had arrived directly from Ireland at K5. That's not an international arrivals gate - indeed, not even in the right building for international arrivals.
jglenn48
Fitting tribute.
mimana
mimana 0
Very nice. I would have joined the group to sing for the pilot.

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jbsimms
That day is coming for you & all of us so you may want to walk that back before it’s too late
KineticRider
Randy Marco -4
You NEED to quit wasting time on believing in and spreading mythology.

Although antithetical to your mythological beliefs, why don't you educate yourself before you go out as another clueless sheeple. I sincerely hope you haven't procreated, continuing the cycle of ignorance!

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