Un baptême de routine, jusqu’à ce que…de l’importance de regarder dans les ailes avant chaque vol.
Pour info le chat va très bien, il continue avec application son rôle de mascotte du club
Au club ULM 16-34 de Kourou, Guyane Française
A standard flight until… i still don’t know if it got in after the pre flight check or if i missed it.
The cat is doing well, she is still our mascot.
Ok some details :
– the cat was INSIDE the wing, not on it. she was actually pretty safe in there, the danger was if she wanted to get down to reach us..
– i was the pilote, the woman was on her first flight as a passenger. she smile and giggle a lot, well because that’s what flying does to people sometime.
-i told her not to reach for the cat. i told her not to move at all actually. i trusted the cat to not move if we didn’t try to reach for her.
-you can see me smile shortly before landing. I was pretty assured by then that the cat wouldn’t move and there was a relieve of tension; and the radio exchange with the control tower was kinda hilarious, i couldn’t contain a smile.
-cat is a female.
-the flight was normally 20minutes long