Crew Members Offer Valuable Experience for Autism Families

For customers traveling with special needs children, the anxiety of traversing through a bustling airport can be challenging – and that doesn’t even include climbing aboard an aircraft.

Recently, during an Autism Awareness Event in Indianapolis, Endeavor provided more than just an aircraft where families with autistic children could go through the traveling motions.

On Saturday, April 15, Endeavor Flight Attendants Rose Csargo and Brenda Holcomb, along with CA Mike Cruz and First Officer Nick Hall welcomed dozens of families onboard a CRJ-900 to get comfortable with the flying experience. For Holcomb and Csargo, this was the second autism event they participated in this year.

This crew went above and beyond to ensure these kids participated in the ‘flight’,” noted Kathleen Dicicco, DTW Base Manager. “CA Cruz and FO Hall both said it was an honor to do the flight. We truly have some incredible people who work for this company. Stories like these are the type I like to tell around my dinner table at night.”

Great work by this crew for creating a comfortable and memorable experience!