January 18, 2017

Two Pi Kapp pilots navigate flight

Written by Star & Lamp

Captain Christopher Allen, Eta Beta (Indiana State), recently had the pleasure to work alongside a fellow Pi Kapp.

Christopher and First Officer Barrett Ratliff, Delta Iota (Middle Tennessee State), have known each other for several years so when they were scheduled to work together, they had to grab a quick photo.

The two had the pleasure of flying for Air Wisconsin Airlines dba American Eagle Airlines out of Washington National Airport DCA.

This isn't the first time that Christopher has had the luck of working with a fellow Pi Kapp. Check out our first story:

Brotherhood spans the skies

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Last modified on January 23, 2017

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