This pilot has recreated the largest portrait of Elizabeth II with her plane


This pilot has recreated the largest portrait of Elizabeth II with his plane
FlightRadar24.com/PA This pilot has recreated the largest portrait of Elizabeth II with his plane

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This pilot has recreated the largest portrait of Elizabeth II with his plane

UK – A gigantic tribute and a good cause. A pilot has created the world’s largest portrait of Queen Elizabeth II using an airplane. The goal: to raise funds for a charity, Hospice UK.

Amal Larhlid flew a Piper PA-28 for two hours to form a 105km high and 63km wide portrait of the late queen who died last month. The flight, tracked on FlightRadar, took place Thursday, October 6, and covered approximately 412 kilometers.

Amal Larhlid wrote on her JustGiving fundraising page: “Queen Elizabeth has been an inspiration to many generations, dedicating herself to service for 70 years. I believe in the power of remembrance and appreciation in times like these, and I will fly Her late Majesty’s portrait to honor her.”

She added that the hardest part of the flight was creating the crown, due to the tight turns.

Currently, the driver’s collection stands at 1430 pounds.

See also on The HuffPost: At Elizabeth II’s funeral, even her corgis were there



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