United Airlines pilot hand-delivers woman's lost engagement ring

A woman had her “faith in humanity and airlines” restored after a United Airlines pilot hand-delivered her lost wedding and engagement rings.

Brit Morin, the founder and CEO of lifestyle website Brit + Co, said she lost her rings “somewhere between New York and Jackson Hole” last week while traveling.

Fortunately, the wife and mom didn’t have to go long without her rings. Within a week, the airliner managed to locate the missing jewelry and hand deliver it safely back to her lonely finger.

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“A @United gate agent found it, put it in a safe, and then gave it to a pilot to HAND DELIVER it back to me in SF,” Morin wrote on Twitter.

“Thanks United,” she added.

Along with her caption, Morin posted a photo of her rings, which had been delivered in a blue mesh bag, and a handwritten note from the captain.

“So happy I was able to return this ring to you. From day to day, I take pride in getting passengers from point A to point B safely and on time,” captain Jim Moorey wrote. “Today I’m happy to be part of a team focused on making just one individual happy (you!).”

Morin was pleased at the outcome, as were the majority of her Twitter followers who took time to leave positive comments.

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“It ain’t all bad. Nice to read a story like this every once in awhile,” one tweeted.

The captain’s son even reached out to Morin, tweeting, “I'm so grateful for you & your family. Glad that my dad could help you on your journey:)”

United Airlines has had its fair share of publicity nightmares recently, which one user pointed out in his comment, writing, “If ever there were a brand that needed something like that. Happy for you, and good on the people at @United who did that. Nice.”

Though most were happy for Morin, one Twitter user was quick to ask, “How do we know you aren't a creation of United's (struggling) PR firm?”

To which Morin assured him that she has “no financial ties” to the major airliner. She's just a happy customer.

Alexandra Deabler is a Lifestyle writer and editor for Fox News.