With every breath currently, world is suffering from corona virus. While half of the population is in quarantine, health workers, policemen, sanitisation workers and other essential service providers are fighting restlessly to over come this pandemic.
Recently, an Icelander pilot has drawn a big heart in the sky. This gesture shows the gratitude to all frontline workers. Reportedly, a Boeing 767 aircraft was carrying medical supplies from China to Iceland. Pilot on his way, made a heart above of the two hospitals in the capital city Reykjavík. It took him extra 9 minutes.
The pilot who made this breathtaking doodle art by the flight path in the sky, is still anonymous. But his creatively made art is accumulating claps on the internet, world wide.
According to a report by Mashable, same kind of gesture was shown on 14th February.
The Virgin Atlantic plane—an Airbus A330 called “HonkyTonk Woman”—began its journey at London Gatwick at 11am GMT and travelled west to Cornwall, on the south west coast of England. At the time of publication, the flight was headed back to Gatwick.
“We had a training flight planned for February 14th, and when we realised it was Valentine’s Day we decided to have a little fun,” Captain JJ Burrows, director of aircraft operations for Virgin Atlantic, said in a statement.