Star Air's Angel on Air, Heartwarming Story of Passenger on Belgaum-IXG to Surat-STV flight of Star Air & his interaction with the angel crew.
Star Air’s Angel on Air:
On a domestic flight, the flight attendants pushed a food cart and asked passengers if they wanted to purchase anything. Oh my God, the hungry traveler looked feverishly in his wallet to find even 10 rupees in cash.
He wanted to cry. In his wallet, he kept two credit cards and four debit cards. He asked the employees whether he could pay with cards, and they replied, “NO SIR ONLY CASH.” His eyes were wet with tears.
Attendants advanced gradually. After giving it some thought, the passenger decided that one of the attendants was kind-hearted and that he could feel kindness in his eyes since that attendant demonstrated his helplessness with his body language and kind-hearted eyes.
The passenger decided to try his luck again because he went to the cabin of the attendant and peered inside Then request any more free food that may be available. But at that moment, the attendant was just taking a bite out of his homemade meal. When the traveler enquired about the free food. In order to find something, the attendant ordered the passenger to go to his seat and closed his unopened lunch box. The attendant quickly approached the passenger’s seat and offered his own lunch box.
The passenger refused, adding, “I can’t take your lunch box.” The attendant answered, “Sir, it’s fine, it’s my pleasure,” with a nice smile. The attendant then went back to doing his other task. The passenger could see the attendant’s legs moving in a rhythmic manner as he walked back, clearly quite delighted to be of service. It’s a TRUE Narrative, not just a story or a priest’s sermon, and even more astonishingly, I was the passenger who received a blessing from God while in flight through his agent, MY ANGEL on STAR AIR.
Because of an unexpected emergency that called for damage control, this trip was necessary. I wasn’t at all ready. From six in the morning until one in the afternoon, I drank only water. I was completely preoccupied with getting ready for the conference I had to attend at my destination the entire time I traveled by road from my house to the airport and up until takeoff. When the food cart arrived at my side while I was in flight, I regained consciousness and my feet grew icily cold from hunger.
The flight attendant clearly couldn’t have assisted me because I was ill-groomed and hadn’t shaved, as evidenced by my appearance. But he didn’t because he still had human nature inside of him and knew what it meant to be truly hungry and defenseless. The flight attendant’s family culture, the teachers who inspired him while he was growing up, his educational environment, and his workplace culture all contributed to his sort of behavior.
This happened only last week on my Star Air trip from Belgaum, Karnataka, India, to Surat, Gujarat, India, on August 19, 2022. The flight attendant was, “Mr. Aniket Naik MY ANGEL on STAR AIR.”
I literally bowed my head in gratitude to Mr. Aniket Naik for demonstrating the true kindness of people, as well as to Star Air for having such a treasure on staff and for having trained him so expertly to represent the company’s goals of “serving the people with kindness” and “connecting real India,” as all Indians are incredibly kind to everyone.
You will undoubtedly lead a wonderful life, dear Aniket. Star Air, you’ll be a trailblazer in the coming years.