Air Hostess Mom, Pilot Daughter Come Together For a Very Unique Send Off!

On her mother's (standing in the middle) last day. (Source: Twitter/Ashrrita Chinchankar)

Air India pilot Ashrrita Chinchankar made her mother’s retirement extra special indeed. Have a look!

In the course of our lives, there are many moments where we decide to do something special for our parents. Treating them to an expensive meal, gifting them items they have long desired, or taking them to a sporting or live musical event are just some of the things many of us have done at some point in our lives.

However, Air India pilot Ashrrita Chinchankar took it one step further. In a tweet that has gone viral, Chinchankar shared a heartwarming story of how she had the honour of flying her mother, an air hostess with the national carrier for 38 years, on her last day of service.

Evidently, her tweet struck an emotional chord with many people.

They congratulated both Chinchankar and her mother and sought the latter’s reaction to hearing the announcement on the flight by her daughter. Chinchankar duly obliged by posting this video.

Aside from being a pilot for Air India, Chinchankar is also a popular food blogger. Her blog, Caramel Wings, offers an interesting array of international recipes.

On her mother's (standing in the middle) last day. (Source: Twitter/Ashrrita Chinchankar)
On her mother’s (standing in the middle) last day. (Source: Twitter/Ashrrita Chinchankar)

Also Read: Kerala Man’s Viral FB Post About Why He Underwent Vasectomy Will Wow You!

(Edited by Gayatri Mishra)

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