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This Pilot Got Bored During 2-Hour Test Flight, So He Wrote In The Sky

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Long flights can be boring and if you are alone then they become tedious, even for the skilled professional pilots. One recently qualified pilot from Adelaide, Australia was testing out a single propeller plane’s new engine this Tuesday and the trip got so boring, he decided to show his true feelings for all of those looking at him. The pilot for Flight Training Adelaide, flew out of South Australia’s Parafield Airport after he was given the task to run the aircraft’s engine at a particular power setting for two hours. As the plane got closer to Port Broughton, northwest of Adelaide in South Australia, he wrote the words ‘I’m bored’ on his tracking device, and not just that that. Upon closer examination, the note showed something a bit smarter– two small phallic-like symbols stood proudly below the words. Sadly, the phrase, which took dozens of kilometers to write in the sky, was not obvious from the ground, only on the tracking device.

Image credits: James

Pine Pienaar, the director of Flight Training Adelaide, told Australian media that the flight school didn’t condone the pilot’s actions. According to him, “apparently he got bored. Young instructors, what can you do?” Pienaar added.

Image credits: Flight Aware

Image credits: Flight Aware

People not only found it funny but were also impressed with the pilot’s skills

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