Woman with down syndrome, flight attendant for a day
Georgia Knoll is a 25-year-old girl from Mackay - Queensland, Australia. Knoll is an ambassador for people with disabilities, the young woman suffering from down syndrome.
One day, her dream of becoming a flight attendant was fulfilled by Jetstar Airways from Australia. Even if it was a day experience, for sure
Georgia Knoll won't forget it too soon.
Flight attendant for a day
Before boarding the plane, on the Brisbane - Mackay flight, the young woman participated in the briefing session, together with the pilots and flight attendants. He received a uniform and "wings", the badge for the first flight in uniform.
Georgia Knoll officially joined the crew and took her role seriously. He welcomed passengers on board, presented safety systems and served catering services.
Nicky, cabin crew manager at Jetstar, admired Georgia Knoll, who continues to fight for people with disabilities under the "break the barrier" motto.
This beautiful story started from a video posted on facebook by Georgia Knoll. In this video, the young woman presented the safety systems. The video went viral in Australia. Jetstar officials saw the images and so decided to fulfill his dream, even for a day.