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Airline Crew Sing Happy Birthday To World War II Veteran Who Turned 101-Years-Old On Flight

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Airline Crew Sing Happy Birthday To World War II Veteran Who Turned 101-Years-Old On Flight

In a heartwarming moment melting hearts across the internet, the crew on a Southwest Airlines flight serenaded a World War II veteran who turned 101 by singing Happy Birthday to him.

A sweet video that captured the moment was shared on Facebook by fellow passenger Samantha Goodwin, who praised the airline.

The crew on a Southwest Airlines flight serenaded a World War II veteran who turned 101 by singing Happy Birthday to him.

The crew on a Southwest Airlines flight serenaded a World War II veteran who turned 101 by singing Happy Birthday to him.

Along with the video clip, Samantha wrote on twitter, “@SouthwestAir being the baller airlines that they are took time out to sing Happy Birthday to a WWII vet.”

In the clip, crew and passengers can be heard singing to the vet, who turned 101 on 12 June according to The Daily Mail.

The main lights throughout the cabin were dimmed, as passengers switched on their overhead lights in tribute to the veteran as he made a wish. Creative replacement for birthday candles, don’t you think?

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In response to Samantha’s tweet, the airline’s official Twitter account posted, “We treat our customers like family, and we’re so glad we were able to celebrate this milestone! Thanks for sharing, Samantha!”

The sweet clip has gone viral on social media, with people praising Southwest Airlines for recognizing the veteran, while others took the opportunity to wish the vet a happy birthday.

That was truly a sweet thing to do, don’t you agree?

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