The daughter's pilot made Los Angeles a Delta flight to Atlántico (photo file).
Despite being recognized by geek John R. Watret, he did not plan to go flight from Los Angeles to flight to Atlantis.
But when he heard that the riders were related, Watret, Rector of the Embry-Riddle Aeronautics University campus around the world, asked if he had taken a picture.
This image was published on Twitter: "I piloted LAX from the Delta at the ATL by piloting the flight of my daughter's daughters, a great flight, inspiring for women."
Afterwards, Wendy Rexon's captain and Kelly Rexon's first official photo lived on his own. 17,000 retweets and 45,000 people liked it.
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Some comments say that the image is "inspiring" and "amazing".
Watret said Embry-Riddle Newsroom he waited for no attention.
"I do not have much to do with the tweet. On Sunday morning, the phone was switched on.
"The first officer was a great model for being a rider, and he is a good aviation and inspirational."
Delta also sent his approval: "Family flight crew goals!"
No other family pilot is also credible: the sister of Kelly also flies.