An airplane drew a Christmas tree on a flight tracker because why not

An airplane drew a Christmas tree on a flight tracker because why notHow far would you go for a Christmas gif? SEE ALSO: Budweiser is one step closer to developing beer on Mars Airbus A380 — the world's largest passenger plane — carried out a very festive test flight over Germany on Wednesday, as can be viewed on flight tracker websites. An early Christmas gif from the @Airbus A380.See how Airbus drew their tree at t.co/YQPtQ179tG pic.twitter.com/ah1eBzFGGY — Flightradar24 (@flightradar24) December 13, 2017 A spokesperson for Airbus told
The
Telegraph
that this was a regulation test flight, of which there are hundreds every year. “Thanks to the co-operation of the air traffic controllers (Eurocontrol and DFS), it was possible to fly that Christmas tree flight path," they said. “It was the idea of test pilots and engineers — an Airbus greeting to all aviation fans during this Christmas period.” Of course Airbus said it was their A380 that did the flight, but we all know it's really you, Santa. You're not fooling anyone. WATCH: This device transforms your ordinary bicycle into an e-bike in seconds



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