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The Reason Why This Airline Pilot Delayed The Flight Will Freak You Out

Written by the Shreddin.tv editorial team

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There are some rare moments that only happen a few times in a person’s lifetime so it is important to be there when it happens. You wouldn’t want to miss out on a birthday or a wedding because your flight was delayed would you?

However, this airplane ended up adjusting their flight in order to catch a majestic view from Mother Nature. According to the description of the video, the crew adjusted a flight so that everyone would be able to watch a solar eclipse right in front of their eyes.

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‘You can’t help but get excited when you fly with us and see a solar eclipse. We adjusted Flight #870 from Anchorage to Honolulu on March 8, 2016 just so our passengers could catch the solar eclipse from 35,000 feet,’ the description read.

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The video starts out with a stunning view of the clouds and a bright light shining far away in the distance. A little patience and you will be rewarded with a beautiful scene.

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‘You can’t help but get excited when you fly with us and see a solar eclipse. We adjusted Flight #870 from Anchorage to Honolulu on March 8, 2016 just so our passengers could catch the solar eclipse from 35,000 feet,’ the description read.

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The video starts out with a stunning view of the clouds and a bright light shining far away in the distance. A little patience and you will be rewarded with a beautiful scene.

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Click on the ‘CONTINUE’ button to read more of the story on the following page. What’s the most amazing thing you have ever witnessed? Let us know in the comments below and SHARE this with your Facebook friends.

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