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Ratan Tata has shared a frightening incident when he was travelling on a plane with three passengers and his engine ran out.

Ratan Tata has shared a frightening incident when he was travelling on a plane with three passengers and his engine ran out.

Ratan Tata, Chairman Emeritus of Tata Sons, shared a frightening incident when he was travelling on the plane with three passengers and his engine ran out. He also recalled how he had reached the chairman’s chair from an edema floor. In a promotional clip of the episode of National Geographic’s Mega Icons season two, which will air on September 27, Ratan Tata recalled that he was 17 years old at the time, which was the age required to license Pilot. At that time it was not possible for them to rent their plane by themselves. So he talked to his classmates about flying and volunteered to fly them on the flight.

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Ratan Tata collected three passengers who were ready to fly with him. But soon the engine of the plane was damaged. Ratan Tata recalled that the first plane shook very fast and the engine stopped. Tata said he was without an engine and had to pay attention to how he would come down. He told that the traveller was very quiet and no one said a word till he came down from the plane.

Moving out of the difficult weather, Tata further said that it is not a big deal that the engine will be crashed in a light plan that the plane will crash. Tata said that it depends on how high you are and whether there is enough time to find land to land. At the time when the plane was about to crash, Ratan Tata remained calm and maintained his courage. He finished his talk by laughing and said that you cannot be curious that there is no engine, no.

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Ratan Tata recalled that during his early days he used to work in an architect’s office in Los Angeles. But she had to come back to India because her grandmother was ill and she remained ill for 4-5 years. Tata did not go back to stay close to him and worked on the shop floor of TELCO (now Tata Motors). JRD Tata, chairman of the Tata group and a shareholder of Tata Sons, told Ratan Tata that he could not just sit. They have to be involved in work.

Ratan Tata felt that staying there was a waste of time because nothing has been planned well. Ratan Tata created his own training program and saw the material in different levels of construction. Tata said that these were his most valuable six months. Many years later he became the chairman of TELCO.

 

Source: www.financialexpress.com

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