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British Airways's only father-daughter Boeing 777 pilot team have flown together for the final time.
David and Kat Woodruffe touched down at London Heathrow on Thursday November 2, after Mr. Woodruffe completed his retirement flight from New York.
Mr Woodruffe, who joined the airline in 1984 and held the role of captain, said he felt mixed emotions during his final flight alongside his daughter.
Miss Wooddruffe ;35 year old mother of two believes the father-daughter bond helped them in the cockpit as they are 'familiar with each other and communication is very easy'
The 64-year-old told the Press Association: 'I'm sorry to be leaving BA after so many years, but equally glad that she will be remaining in the airline to continue our legacy, and doing a job I know she has the same passion and enthusiasm for as I do.'
Mr Woodruffe said they were '100 per cent professional' on the flight deck.
He joked that 'like any father I always end up paying' when they went out for post-flight meals.
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