Watch pilot's disbelief as CAT crawls from wing of plane hundreds of feet above the ground 08:54, 22 June 2015 By Richard Wheatstone The stowaway moggy gave rookie pilot Romain Jantot the fright of his life as it emerged on top of the wing of an Ultralight plane and sticking its head into the cockpit All pilots have stringent safety checks they must carry out before each and every flight - looking for stray cats hidden inside the wing isn't one of them. But this stowaway moggy gave one pilot the fright of his life as it emerged on top of the wing of an Ultralight plane and sticking its head into the cockpit. The feline appeared unphased despite soaring hundreds of feet above the ground with nothing to secure it to the plane. Fearless: The feline emerged from the wing of the plane Pilot Romain Jantot couldn't believe his eyes when he glanced to the left and spotted the animal as he took charge of a flying lesson in Kourou French Guinea. His passenger wasn't quite as eagle-eyed and took a further 40 seconds to spot the cat just inches away from her head, but looked stunned as she turned to see the animal staring back at her. The cat was unharmed and Romain joked the fearless feline is now looking to be the flying club's new mascot. Surprise: Pilot Romain Jantot was stunned when he saw the cat He posted the video on YouTube yesterday and it has already been viewed more than 5,000 times. Writing underneath the footage, Romain said: "Routine baptism until... the importance of looking into the wings before each flight. "FYI the cat's fine, it continued it's application for the flying club mascot role."