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Delta pilot’s note found 435 days after plane was stored at the start of COVID pandemic

First Officer Chris Dennis left this note on a Delta airplane on March 23, 2020, as he was parking it for storage at the beginning of the pandemic. (Courtesy of Delta Air Lines)

First Officer Chris Dennis thought the plane would only be mothballed for 14 days

By Ann W. Schmidt

Fox News

What was supposed to be just 14 days turned into 435.

On March 23, 2020, as the coronavirus pandemic canceled flights and states were going under lockdown, First Officer Chris Dennis parked a Delta Air Lines aircraft in Victorville, California, in a desert lot.

Before he left the flight deck, Dennis wrote a note to the next pilot of the plane and put it in the tray table. That note wasn’t seen again for 435 days, when First Officer Nick Perez found it earlier this month, according to Delta.

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