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Airline pilot uses free "airtime" to spread Word

New York - Christian passengers on a Feb. 6 American Airlines flight to New York were asked by the pilot to identify themselves. He then suggested that the other passengers speak to them about the Faith.

Airline spokesman Tim Wagner said that the pilot of Flight 34 out of Los Angeles, after making flight announcements, asked the Christians on board to raise their hands. The pilot, whose identity was not released, then urged the non-Christian passengers to talk to the identified believers about their faith.