A Retired Aircraft Engineer Is Giving Poor Kids A 'Flight To Nowhere' For Just $1
December 7, 2015
A retired aircraft engineer offers impoverished Indians the chance to fulfill their dreams of air travel for only $1.
The twist is that aircraft never leaves the ground, earning it the nickname "the flight to nowhere."
Credit: Barcroft TV
58 year-old Bahadur Chand Gupta from Haryana in northern India, purchased the decommissioned Airbus 300 in 2003 for £60,000. Parked on the outskirts of New Delhi, on the periphery of the capital's International airport, the plane is mostly visited by children and the region's underprivileged citizens.
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