An Icelandair pilot has spread a message of positivity to the country's healthcare workers - by drawing a heart flight path in the sky above the capital, Reykjavik.
The Boeing 767 flight had departed from Shanghai with a cargo of medical supplies. Before landing at Keflavik Airport, the flight path drew a heart over the hospitals in the capital, to show gratitude to the country's healthcare workers and medical staff.
"Takk fyrir, to everyone who's working hard to keep us all," said the airline in a tweet.
It's not the first creative flight path to be drawn during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Over Easter, Flightradar24 shared images of flight paths that two pilots had taken over Germany, showing outlines of a bunny.
When queried by a Twitter use, Flightradar24 responded by saying the patterns can be loaded into the autopilot or flown by hand, depending on the pilot's preference and ability.
In March, an Austrian pilot took to the sky to spell out the words "stay home" on the radar, while another pilot drew a thumbs-up sign above Hungary to express appreciation for healthcare professionals fighting Covid-19.