A Boeing jet has drawn an outline of a plane by flying over America using GPS tracking.
During the stunt, the 787 Dreamliner will have travelled further than any commercial route in operation around the world.
When it lands in Seattle, it will have travelled 9,755 miles – compared to the 9,021-mile distance between Auckland and Doha.
It will have also been in the air longer than any current route.
The Boeing test flight will have been in the air for 17 hours and 45 minutes compared to 16 hours, 10 minutes between New Zealand to Qatar.
The flight stayed entirely within the US border and travelled from Washington State, across to Lake Superior before crossing above at least 17 states.
Some Twitter users have been criticising the company for wasting fuel and damaging the environment.
But industry experts say Boeing’s using the long flight to test a new set of Rolls Royce engines.
It’s due to land at Boeing Field, or King County International Airport in Seattle, at 9.23am PDT (or 5.23pm in the UK).
Using GPS technology to create pictures is not new but this is surely the biggest so far.
Canadian cyclist Stephen Lund is one of a number of “Strava artists” who use the popular cycling app to create images.
He’s ridden thousands of miles to create his images, like the ones below. You can click here for more.
Image caption Stephen Lund
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