Saint Joseph of Cupertino, also known as "The Flying Saint", is the patron of air crews, students, aviators, and test takers. He is characterized as having received ecstatic visions as early as the age of eight. Saint Joseph of Cupertino would often levitate or float after and during visions that could be triggered easily through mention of anything heavenly or any physical mortification of flesh. He is also remembered for holding seven lents during the year. St. Joseph of Cubertino's feast day is September 18th.