Now that it’s April 2nd, I can come clean without risk of this being interpreted as an April Fools’ Day joke.
Chances are, you read the title, and yes, it is true. Infinitef Light Amogus was in fact fake. It was a staged Among Us setup on board the Infinite Flight 757-200 for laughs and likes as an April Fools’ Day ‘joke’. That was the only point of the topic, as were many of the other topics made today, most of which were unfortunately unoriginal. An administrator for the private operator of this flight, who was in charge of the Amogus joke, released images taken in flight on board a separate Cessna Citation X which was chosen due to its almost mimicked abilities of the 757, especially with regards to vertical speeds of ascent and descent which were demonstrated in the flight. Here are the images of the same Infinite Flight Amogus flight which were set to be released today. Enjoy the images that are actually quality and follow the guidelines this time :)
Oh yeah, I did fly in the shape of an Amogus during the flight so I guess it isn’t slight clickbait after all.
Parked at Renton where the Infinitef Light Amogus image was staged and photoshopped inside of the cabin
Testing the steep climb of positive 8000 feet per minute while maintaining speed under 100% N1 over the Puget Sound
Turning over the the tip of the US with the Makkah Indian Reservation right in the line of sight of the left side passengers
In a steep turn and descent of -8000 feet per minute while maintaining speed at idle throttle over Newport, Oregon
This topic is appropriate as per the ToS, Private Policy, and rules/guidelines of the #screenshots-and-videos, unlike the topic this one is referencing as a ‘hoax’ which broke many guidelines as a joke for April Fools’ Day.