02/22/2013 11:14 am ET

Pilot Plays Piano To Entertain Stranded Passengers In St. Louis (VIDEO)

As wicked winter weather moves over the Midwest this week, naturally a slew of airline passengers have found themselves faced with interminable delays at the airport. At Kansas City International Airport, all flights were canceled for Thursday night and in St. Louis, more than 320 flights at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport were canceled, the Associated Press reported.

But, according to KSDK in St. Louis, Billy Hock, a captain for United Express, took it into his own hands (or fingers?) to help passengers stuck at Lambert Airport pass the time by giving an impromptu piano concert Thursday. Check it out in the video above.

In the past, stranded airport passengers have been entertained in other unique ways. In 2010, passengers stuck at Newark filmed themselves singing "Hey Jude." And, in 2012, a group of college cheerleaders were brought in to help passengers stuck in China's Dalian International Airport pass the time.



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