HIGH-FLYING grabbed one item off its bucket list as it was blown to the sky for the first time.
After suffering an eardrum after a nose in his 20s, Elizabeth McNamee, 81 was advised not to fly by his doctor.
And despite the hole in his eardrum healing, Elizabeth, who was known to friends and family like Betty, was looking at the council – and he had never set a foot in an airport for 60 years.
But when he was recently diagnosed with final lung cancer and said that she had been between two and six months to live, Betty decided that she had time to spread her wings.
Her son Andy helped her to compile a wish list of things she'd like to do before she died and Betty brewing for aviation for private air.
Instead of transporting to foreign circles, however, Grand-na—–18 Betty took an aerial trip over Benslie, North Ayrshire – even seeing his own home from the sky.
Andy joined the Prestwick Drop Club for the wishes of his mother's dying, and the pilot, Lewis Anderson, took her to start in a Bulldog plane.
Brave Betty, who now has pneumatic tumors, has his neck and said: "I do not think that's so bad as I thought.
It was quite enjoyable. I should have done it years ago. & # 39;
Son Andy said: She loved it completely. Obviously, she was first and she was last.
She was over the moon, she could not believe her.