Kind-hearted pilots have left a message of support for the people on the front line fighting Covid-19.
These pictures of the flight paths of planes from Blackbushe Flying Club show a carefully planned route in the skies above Berkshire.
An unknown pilot flying a Reims Cessna decided to spell out “NHS” in the skies on Saturday, April 25.
They took off from Blackbushe Airport, near Camberley, and headed in the direction of Sandhurst, they then flew to the west, beginning the “N” in the air above the town of Hungerford.
The pilot then flew over Newbury and Reading, Berkshire, before completing the “S” above Wokingham.
The impressive flight path was picked up on a number of flight tracker apps including Planefinder.
Another pilot decided to draw a heart in the sky.
Again taking off from Blackbushe, they flew from the airfield to above Wasing in West Berkshire, they then came back to Reading and Wokingham before looping round to complete the heart shape.
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