Sky art: Pilot’s route spells ‘Hello’ on flight tracking radar map By James Masters

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A pilot with a history of plotting routes that show up as patterns on flight-tracking websites has completed his most ambitious yet.

The unnamed pilot of the Robin DR400/180 Régent aircraft charted a complex course that spelled “hello” on Flightradar 24.

A pilot with a history of plotting routes that show up as patterns on flight-tracking websites has completed his most ambitious yet. The unnamed pilot of the Robin DR400/180 Régent aircraft charted a complex course that spelled "hello" on Flightradar 24. The message was drawn during a 37-minute flight over the Niedersachsen region of Germany.

A pilot with a history of plotting routes that show up as patterns on flight-tracking websites has completed his most ambitious yet. The unnamed pilot of the Robin DR400/180 Régent aircraft charted a complex course that spelled “hello” on Flightradar 24.
The message was drawn during a 37-minute flight over the Niedersachsen region of Germany.

The message was drawn during a 37-minute flight over the Niedersachsen region of Germany.

The pilot appears to have some artistic flair when it comes to flying.

Earlier this year the aviator took time to spread some love by drawing a heart.

A pilot with a history of plotting routes that show up as patterns on flight-tracking websites has completed his most ambitious yet. The unnamed pilot of the Robin DR400/180 Régent aircraft charted a complex course on Flightradar 24.The drawings were made during a 37-minute flight over the Niedersachsen region of Germany.

A pilot with a history of plotting routes that show up as patterns on flight-tracking websites has completed his most ambitious yet. The unnamed pilot of the Robin DR400/180 Régent aircraft charted a complex course on Flightradar 24.The drawings were made during a 37-minute flight over the Niedersachsen region of Germany.

There was also the time where the pilot decided to draw an airplane.

Flightrader24 tracks global flights and allows users to view real-time information about air traffic around the world.

It has previously reported on “Flower Guy” whose patterns over Sant Clara often look like flowers.

A pilot with a history of plotting routes that show up as patterns on flight-tracking websites has completed his most ambitious yet. The unnamed pilot of the Robin DR400/180 Régent aircraft charted a complex course on Flightradar 24.The drawings were made during a 37-minute flight over the Niedersachsen region of Germany.

A pilot with a history of plotting routes that show up as patterns on flight-tracking websites has completed his most ambitious yet. The unnamed pilot of the Robin DR400/180 Régent aircraft charted a complex course on Flightradar 24.The drawings were made during a 37-minute flight over the Niedersachsen region of Germany.