Hello everyone! Yesterday, I embarked on a journey that, to be honest, I had little hope in. Every time I try to do this, it fails because of an app crash, a corrupted flight plan, or horrible wind. I used Google Earth to plot out waypoints of a logo I’m sure a few of you have seen before:
Dua Lipa, 25, a pop singer from London, has just won her third Grammy award! To “celebrate,” I wanted to draw her logo/name in the sky. Using the Cessna Citation, I spent the latter part of my Friday cruising over Canada and New England spelling out her name. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the Grammy Awards, they are awards given out to singers, producers, and songwriters on an award show in the United States every year.
This is what it looked like on LiveFlight before I completed the flight:
As I was finishing drawing the first “A,” I stumbled across a group flight of sorts… @UnitedVirtual crossing right across my plan!
Just over 6 hours after departing some random GA airport in Canada, without the app crashing, my journey was ready to come to an end. I began an approach for runway 35 at KMPV in Vermont! Here is me on short final for runway 35.
All in all, I would say this was a success! If you have an afternoon that is free and you don’t mind monitoring your device for a few hours, this is a very fun thing to do.
@Activer came past me in an F-22 somewhere along the way to keep me company. He broke his all-time speed record, as well! Thanks for joining me!
Congratulations to Dua on winning a Grammy award for her second studio album, “Future Nostalgia.” Well-deserved! @Hopperbolic may disagree, though :(
I hope you enjoyed this topic and in the Future, you may embark on one of these flights! Here is the link to the topic I used to help plan this flight: Sketch any Shapes/Texts on the globe and insert it to Infinite Flight