New Delhi: It was an unforgettable Children's Day for 18 special children who had their maiden flying experience in an Air India plane on the occasion.
13 young students from Asha School for Special children, run by Army Wives Welfare Association and five from Government Blind School for Boys boarded Air India's Delhi-Lucknow flight (AI 411) from Terminal 3 of the IGI airport as part of a programme organised annually by the national carrier as its corporate social responsibility.
As soon as the Airbus 320 took off for Chaudhary Charan Singh airport Lucknow at 8.30 AM, the children started looking out of the window in excitement.
"It is very exciting to see the trees, houses and everything so small. Its like we are flying like a bird. I am very happy," said a chirpy five-year-old Bhoomika....more
06:47 PM, Nov 14, 2011