He was captain of another company

A pilot fell ill during a Southwest Airlines flight Wednesday from Las Vegas to Columbus, Ohio. the man …

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a pilot Accused A the disease During Wed’s trip inside United States of America From Southwest Airlines, departing from Las Vegas bound for Columbus, Ohio. The man felt ill and had to give up control by sounding the emergency warning. Fortunately, a captain from another airline was on board. The latter, out of commission, promptly replaced the pilot by making a detour back to Las Vegas so she could treat the pilot.

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The captain fell ill and could not continue the journey. He warned the man in the watchtower. Once the plane landed, a reserve crew took command of the flight to continue the flight to Columbus where the plane landed without any further problems (except for delays).

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but that is not all. Once the pilot fell ill, the aides asked if a doctor or nurse was present, at which point a passenger appeared to administer first aid. “It is standard procedure for our flight crews to seek assistance from the medical staff on board during medical events involving customers, and this situation involved one of our employees,” the airline said, explaining: “An approved pilot from another airline, who was on board. On board, they entered the cabin and assisted with radio communications while the co-pilot took command of the aircraft.

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