Plane Passenger Gets Entire Flight to Himself

Galtero Lara
Agosto 13, 2019

That's the position director and alumnus Vincent Peone found himself in while flying Delta Air Lines from Aspen, Colorado, to Salt Lake City en route to New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport in the United States last week. How about having the whole plane to yourself?

Naturally, the New York-based director, who told The Washington Post that his solo flight was most likely a result of rescheduling, documented this rare experience and shared it in a video posted on social media. That looks like an awesome experience!

Delta has since responded to the writer's video, saying: "Hi Vincent!" Thank you for the shoutout, and we truly appreciate you for choosing Delta!

After the flight lands in Salt Lake City, Vincent takes a trip to the cockpit to say thank you to the pilots.

The aircraft generally used for this route carry about 70 people, according to SeatGuru.

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Ground crew add sandbags to the luggage compartment of the plane because of the lack of passengers on-board. With just the cabin crew and Peone aboard, the plane was seriously underweight.

"Good evening ladies and gentleman, we're about to board our flight to Salt Lake City from Gate 5, would the only passenger on this flight kindly board at this time", an airport employee announces, to which Peone says, "That's me", and grabs his bag. "I was like, "Oh, no. Do the announcement.' Obviously, everyone really enjoyed playing along", he explained to the Washington Post".

"I'm going to record this", Peone says to an employee as they walk across the tarmac to the plane.

Right before takeoff, Peone greets the two pilots, who excitedly tell him, "It's your own private jet".

Mr Peone sits a few rows from the front of the empty plane and sips a cool drink as the flight attendant reads out the safety information. "But I didn't feel that ambitious".

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