Flying the 787, litterally

Boeing flight 286's route. Click above for details. Image from FlightAware.com.

On February 9, 2012, a Boeing 787 left Boeing Field in Seattle for an ETOPS endurance test. 19 hours later, it landed back. So far, nothing unusual.

But, along the way, it flew in such a way that as seen from a flight tracking software, it wrote the numbers “787” and drew a Boeing logo in the sky.

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