Pilot uses plane to draw world’s largest Queen Elizabeth portrait
Piper PA-28 pilot Amal Larchlid outlined a profile of a crowned queen in the air to raise funds for a British hospice. It took the pilot two hours to do this.
The process of creating the image could be tracked on the FlightRadar service: the plane traveled a distance of 412 kilometers. As a result, the profile of Elizabeth II was over Oxford, and the crown stretched from Milton Keynes to Warwickshire. Reportedly, Larchlid’s flight brought donations worth more than a thousand pounds sterling (at the current rate of about 68 thousand rubles).