Lighting strikes, missiles, heart attacks. Intelivate’s Kris Fannin has flown more than 2,500 flights. These are his most memorable – and frightening.
I love to fly, and it shows – especially in my living room.
I have a pair of airline seats (including yet-to-be-inflated life vests that have been removed to avoid my youngest rescue’s terrible twos) that become the biggest playground when I entertain.
I have an airline beverage cart (coupled with the seats, you can only imagine the shenanigans), a coffee table made out of landing gear flaps (the plane that they came from has a fascinating story, including being hijacked) and a side table made out of an airplane wheel.
Oh – and real airplane windows hang on either side of my TV.
It must be in my blood as my father was a USAF pilot. I feel safer on a plane than I ever will in a car.
That love aligned with my career as a jetsetting consultant because I’ve had to fly – a lot. I’ve since lost count, but I’ve done around 2,500 flights in my life.
With all that flying, I’ve seen and experienced too much in the air. Here are some of my most memorable and scary flights to date.
Sit back, relax and enjoy the post.