Pilot draws heart shape in sky in Iceland to thank medical workers
A pilot returning with medical supplies from China drew a heart shape in the sky over Iceland to thank the healthcare workers amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The change in the flight’s path added another nine minutes to the flight. The Boeing 767 from Icelandair landed at the Keflavik International Airport later.
As the coronavirus cases continue to increase across the world, people are finding creative ways to thank the frontline workers who are putting their lives at risk to fight the pandemic. From clapping their hands to singing songs.
Over 1,700 cases of the novel coronavirus have been reported from Iceland.
Last month, a pilot from Austria delivered the message of social distancing with is flight’s path. The pilot had urged people to follow the self-isolation and quarantine rules by spelling out the words “stay home” with his flight path.