As a bucket list of a high-fitness gran and one item ticket has whisked her for the first time in the sky.
Elizabeth MacKeni, 81, is a very sick patient at the age of 20,
The friends and family of Bertie knew Elizabeth's advice that they knew – not for foot in an airport for even sixty years.
However, when she was recently in lung cancer, she said she would live within two or six months, Betty would have taken time to stretch her wings.
Bertie moved to the sky for a private flight, and her son Andy helped her in a cameo of her favorite things.
Nonetheless, instead of going to foreign investors, Grandmother's 18 Bathery made a flight journey in the northern Arsenal on Benzi – from the sky to his own home.
About her mother's death spoke to Ancy Presley Flying Club. Pilot Luis Anderson was given a spin on a Bulldog flight.
Beddy, who said she had tumors in her pancreas, neck and smile, said: "I think it's not as bad as I thought it would be.
"It was very enjoyable and I would have done it before.
Andy and his son said, "She's totally loving it. Certainly, it was her first and her last.
She was no moon, and she could not believe it. & # 39;