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Alaska flight status: The first time I’ve felt safe again

I woke up on my birthday last week to the sound of a plane.

The cabin door was unlocked, but the flight attendant was still holding onto a flight ticket.

The flight to Alaska was in the air, and the crew members were still aboard.

I was in my room, watching a movie on the TV, when a voice sounded in my earphone.

It was a flight attendant.

I had a feeling it was my brother.

I asked him if he wanted to sit next to me on the plane, to sit on the toilet, to talk to me in the cockpit.

I thought about him for a minute.

I looked at the screen.

There was an image of him on the screen, looking at me, talking to me.

It had been a week since I had seen him, and I still hadn’t seen him.

I didn’t know how to react to that.

I called him.

I told him how much I miss him.

He said he had to come to work.

I said I had to see him.

We went back to the cockpit, and he sat next to the pilot.

I was thinking, Is this him?

That’s what I thought.

I told him I love him, but he told me to call him.

That’s when the moment I saw my brother on the other side of the door, on the airplane, went from a moment to a lifetime.

I’m in the passenger seat, and my brother is sitting next to him.

When he opens the door and sits down, he smiles and says, Thank you.

I look at him and say, I want to thank you for saving my life.

The moment we sat down on the side of that airplane, I felt my life changing.

I’m a flight instructor now.

I’ve never met a brother before who said, Thank God I met you.

I think about my brother a lot.

We used to travel together.

I would talk about the movies on the way home from work, but then, when we got home, I would tell him about the movie we were watching, and that’s how I knew we were doing it right.