Vietjet co-pilot spends ten years winning heart of his beautiful colleague
Dang Tien Cuong and Nguyen Phuong Anh are seen in a photo in their pre-wedding album.
On Tuesday, in celebration of the International Women’s Day and the tenth anniversary of their romantic relationship, the two shot a lovely album for their wedding at the Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Ho Chi Minh City.
Phuong Anh, who took the job a few months prior to Cuong, was then tasked with helping the newcomer, giving them chances to work closely together. It was his lovely and sincere caring that eventually won Phuong Anh’s heart, and she soon agreed to be in a relationship with him, she recalled.
In 2011 Cuong left for the U.S. to take a pilot training course, after selling a house worth more than VND1 billion (US$44,643) to afford the tuition. A year later, Phuong Anh also began her pilot training in the U.S., under an exchange program between Vietjet and Airbus. The woman then finished other courses in France to eventually become the first-ever female pilot with the Vietnamese new-age airline.
During break-up time, Cuong and Phuong Anh still considered each other friends, and they did have a good time – as close friends – in the U.S. Prior to returnning to Vietnam after completing the pilot training, Cuong flew from Florida to Tennessee to see Phuong Anh, and they visited places in the U.S. on a leased airplane.
Phuong Anh was appointed Vietjet’s co-pilot when she finished her study, while Cuong worked for another airline. But the man quit his job and moved to Vietjet to be reunited with the woman he loves. In mid-2015, the two began talking of their way back into love.