Kenny G surprised a Delta flight attendant for a second time Friday.

Last week, Jane Mitchell, an off-duty Delta flight attendant who recently lost her daughter to brain cancer, found herself seated on a flight next to the musician.

Mitchell told the Grammy award winner her story, and that she was in the process of raising money for the American Cancer Society.

That led an impromptu concert on the flight, which raised $2,000 for Relay for Life in five minutes.

On Friday, Kenny G had another surprise for Mitchell. He flew in from Japan to see Mitchell at the Delta Jet Drag--the company's annual event to raise money for the American Cancer society.

"To see the look in her eyes and the excitement about raising money to fight the disease that took her daughter away from her, so I couldn't say not," Kenny G. said. "It touched me."

Kenny and Jane were one of a few thousand Delta employees who got a chance to pull the Boeing 757 jet 20 feet out at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

The event raised more than $2 million for the American Cancer Society.

"My main point in doing this is to bring awareness to brain cancer," Mitchell said.

Kenny G tweeted about the experience later: