A man on board an American Airlines flight from Orlando to Philadelphia can best be described as first-class, and that's not just because it's where his seat was.
A mother who was traveling with her 11-month-old daughter to the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia was having a difficult time getting situated on the plane and dealing with the baby, who has a chronic lung condition and was hooked up to an oxygen tank.
Before the plane took off, a flight attendant told Kelsey Zwick that a passenger in first class had offered to switch seats so that she and her daughter, Lucy, could be more comfortable.
Kelsey posted a thank you note to the kind stranger on Facebook. In it she wrote, "Not able to hold back tears, I cried my way up the aisle while my daughter, Lucy, laughed! She felt it in her bones too ... real, pure, goodness. I smiled and thanked you as we switched but didn't get to thank you properly."
The post went viral and she eventually was contacted by the man, Jason Kunselman, who told her, "I am so glad we were on the same flight."