He Was Dreading His Flight Home Then The Crew Said THIS On The Intercom And Brought Him To Tears…

Updated March 2, 2016

A young couple from Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania are very much in love. Lisa and Eric Sadiwnyk were recently married and inseparable.

For a while now, they have been trying to conceive a baby. And during their recent vacation to Las Vegas, Lisa took a pair of pregnancy tests. The results came back positive – twice.

While flying back home on American Airlines Flight 607, Lisa decided she’d get the crew to help her deliver the good news to her husband.

Lisa passed a note to the flight attendant who then relayed the message to the pilot.

Seconds later, the pilot gets on the intercom and tells everyone to draw their attention to Eric’s seat.

“Although you didn’t strike rich here in Las Vegas, you hit the jackpot. Congratulations. You’re about to be a dad,” the American Airlines pilot announces.

At first, Eric looks at his wife with skepticism and even a hint of annoyance.

But once it starts to sink in, Eric becomes happy. A smile emerges across his lips.

Then he leans in and gives the mother of his future child the kiss she was waiting for. By the end, Eric starts breaking down emotionally.

“We would like to extend our congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Sadiwnyk,” American Airlines spokesperson Ross Feinstein told BuzzFeed News. “Our crew was happy to help Mrs. Sadiwnyk with this special announcement.”

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Here's a MUST WATCH! A few weeks ago, my husband Eric Sadiwnyk got quite the surprise on our returning flight from Las Vegas. There aren't enough Thank You's for the crew of American Airlines Flight 607 (1/13/16) with service from Las Vegas to Philadelphia. You all helped me to pull this off seamlessly! I'm hoping if this video makes it around the internet a bit, I may be able to find the crew and Thank them again! I'll also be sending a copy to American Airlines Customer Relations. I love you Eric Sadiwnyk!

Posted by Lisa Sadiwnyk on Friday, February 26, 2016