Man flies King Air to safety after pilot falls unconscious

09/15/2009 | Reader's Digest

After the pilot flying his Beechcraft King Air 200 fell unconscious during a flight from Florida to Louisiana, airplane owner Doug White assumed control of the plane. White, who had a pilot's license but had never flown a King Air, radioed air traffic controllers in Miami for help flying the plane. With his whole family on board, White made a safe emergency landing at Southwest Florida International Airport in Fort Myers, Fla.

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