- A young man has been praised on social media after sharing some of the work he does as a ramp agent at the airport
- In a clip shared on his TikTok page, he could be seen controlling a plane as he grounded the plane.
- Many people said his work depicts great coordination and perfection and they couldn’t stop staring.
A young man with the handle @j.luis___ showed what his day was like as a ramp agent giving traffic signals to pilots on planes.
In a video that garnered more than 11,000 comments, the man stood with his traffic batons raised as a passenger plane approached him.
Great show of perfection
By making various hand signals, he was able to communicate with the pilot and bring the plane to a stop a few meters away from him.
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Many people have since praised the young man for taking pride in the kind of work he does for a living.
Watch the clip below:
At the time of writing, the video has garnered over a million likes. Below are some of the reactions:
Steve Jones said:
“Like a pro…….Great job. Thank you for your contribution to helping everyone fly safely around the world.”
“it brought tears to my eyes…proof that we all have to do our part to make the world work.”
“Wow. Straight on the lines!”
Penina Love said:
“Me watching this over 10 times trying to get the move he does.”
Dana Ogrosky said:
“Great job!! Perfection!! You lined it up perfectly on double lines!! Post your back and walk around honey!!!”
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Gwendolyn Simmons said:
“If you look closely, you’ll see how it helps get the pilot and plane straight onto the yellow line…INCREDIBLE.”
Parents board a plane for the first time
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported earlier that a young woman, Mary Ogundimu, went online to share how her parents’ many sacrifices for their children have been rewarded. She said that for the first time in their decades-long life, they had the pleasure of boarding a plane.
Mary said she didn’t care that many might wonder she’s making a big deal out of air travel. The lady revealed that her father is a mechanic and her mother is a petty trader.
Growing up, she relived the many times she “flew” okada to Lagos just to catch up on interviews that were then missed.