Flight attendants have a history of getting thrown under the bus and being the center of attention for negative cases within the airlines. However, Jeffrey Jones is changing the way we see those in his profession.
Jones noticed an older woman in coach class struggling in her seat on a articular Delta Airlines flight from Detroit to Nashville due to the neurodegenerative disorder, Parkinson's Disease. Sharon Radcliffe, another passenger on the flight, witnessed as Jones immediately took the senior by the hand and escorted her to an empty seat in first class.
"For the ENTIRE flight, I could see him checking in on her, patting her back, helping her get up, walking her (holding hands) up and down the aisle and generally ‘mother hen-ing’ her,” Radcliffe shared on her facebook.
When the pilot was approached for what had happened, it was as if he was doing his role as a flight attendant and this was just another day on the job.
"Thank you to Delta for showcasing my story...which happens to be one of thousands upon thousands of the good deeds and hearts we as flight attendants perform and share everyday in and out of the air."
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