Many think that being a pilot is one of the most interesting jobs in the world. However, there is one pilot who disagrees with this thought. Recently, a pilot from Australia went viral for writing “I’m bored” in the sky during a flight training. According to ABC News, a pilot, during his flight training in Adelaide spent over three hours to draw the letters in the air. With the small message, the pilot also drew a symbol in the sky.
— Flightradar24 (@flightradar24) February 21, 2019
Though the name of the pilot has not been released, it is said that he was using new engine and was flying the plane at a constant power and speed for two hours to draw the message and symbol. The artwork was not visible with naked eyes, but it was fully visible to aviation followers watching live flight tracking programmes on TV and website.
FlightAware website posted the picture online, which then went viral on social media. Some appreciated the work of the pilot and others called it unprofessional.
Here are some tweets
Yay, Adelaide finally gets some recognition in the aviation circles.
— Anthony Kernich (@AntJKernich) February 21, 2019
Of course he’s bored, he’s from Adelaide. pic.twitter.com/OVKvM5Dhgc
— Daniel Stuart Taylor (@DanielSGTaylor) February 21, 2019
Neat writing ✍️
— railwaytourettes (@deedee10780561) February 21, 2019
Thatttttt….. is real talent, when i could not even draw so perfectly on a paper😂
— இராசகுரு மா (@rajaguru_msamy) February 22, 2019
Just another example of pointless and harmful emissions, and a complete waste of resources. It is absolutely appalling that (judging by this post and its comments) this is received so lightly in a time of climate crisis.
— Diana Ivanova (@diana_nbd) February 21, 2019