Father-Daughter Duo Fly Plane Together

Father-Daughter Duo Fly Plane Together

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Working with your family is a rarity. A few instances when you can experience it is mostly for the family business. Some may wish for it for more convenience in transportation, advice, or mentorship. Perhaps, working with your family is a productive outlet to spend quality time, and this father-daughter duo who were assigned as pilots on the same plane can testify to that.

Serving Philippine Airlines has been a tradition handed down from one generation to the next. Indeed, there are…

Posted by Cielo Villaluna on Tuesday, September 8, 2020

Captain Leo Yosalina and daughter First Officer Lea Yosalino-Brito, both pilots of Philippine Airlines flew the A330. The flight was from Manila to Doha, a flight that takes roughly nine and a half hours―which is likely an adequate time to bond with your loved ones.

Not many people get to bond, talk, and spend time with their relatives while working. Captain Leo Yosalina and First Officer Lea Yosalino-Brito are one of the few people who can boast that they are able to spend quality time with their family while doing what they both love.

Photo Credit: Facebook/Cielo Villaluna

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