Plano, Philippines— The sky was blue and the sun was shining.
In the distance, you could see the sea.
You could hear the surf.
But there was something else in the distance: The sound of a helicopter.
On Sunday, August 20, 2016, a group of 20-somethings, including a group from Brazil, made a daring flight from their hotel in Rio de Janeiro to the Philippine capital of Manila.
The chopper was in the air for nearly an hour, and by the time they got back to the hotel, it had already landed and was taking off again.
The group had planned to take the chopper for a short visit to a church in the capital, where they would be greeted by a churchgoer who would then be allowed to enter the church, meet their friends and buy their dinner.
They had also planned to meet up with a couple who would help them set up a bar.
So, when the group got back on the ground, they walked in and set up the bar.
But the choppers flight was interrupted by a fire in the passenger cabin.
That’s when they were surprised to hear that the pilot had gone off-script.
The pilots, a Brazilian pilot and a Portuguese pilot, decided to try to land in Manila and fly back.
The Brazilian pilot’s helicopter had taken off at about 12:00 p.m. when he heard the plane crash and a large fire on the runway.
The Portuguese pilot told the Brazilian pilot that he would land in Rio but he could not get back on.
So, the Brazilian and Portuguese pilots decided to go back to their hotel.
The first thing the Portuguese pilot did was to go to the cockpit and tell the pilot that the landing gear was not working.
So he asked to land his helicopter at the Tacloban airport.
The plane landed there, but then it became apparent that the engine was not in the correct position.
The Portuguese pilot called the Philippine Air Force.
The Philippine Air Traffic Control Tower, or ATC, sent a helicopter to the Taclay airport and began taking off.
The Brazilian pilot took the plane to Manila.
He got on the plane and flew to a hotel in the city.
He then told his friend that he wanted to meet them.
He asked him to give him the number of the hotel he wanted.
The friend said that the hotel had a reservation for a couple.
So the friend went to the airport to check on the reservation.
When he arrived at the airport, the room was full.
The guy was not there.
The man then told the guy to tell the people in the hotel that they were not allowed in the room.
So a group went to an alley to look for the man.
They found him there and asked him why he was there.
He told them that he was on the way to a party, where he would meet up his friends.
They went into the room and the room started to get noisy.
The next thing the group knew, they saw that the guy was lying on the floor.
He was unconscious and had a large burn on his head.
He was breathing on his own.
They immediately started CPR.
He died in the hospital.
The incident shocked the community in the Philippines and led to several calls for the pilots to be fired.
But this is not the first time a helicopter has crashed while on an international flight.
In 2015, a helicopter crashed during a flight from Rio de Janiero to Bogota, Colombia, killing all 20 people on board.
The pilot, a man named Eduardo, was later found to be intoxicated, having a blood alcohol content of 0.27 percent.
The airline later agreed to pay out $7.4 million in damages to victims.