One Pilot Had His Own Special Way Of Letting Someone Sick Know He Cares

A 1977 Piper Cherokee Lance N43756 registered to Reid Katan in North Beach, Maryland spelled out “Get Well Soon, Bailey” in the sky.

This pilot spelled out “GET WELL SOON, BAILEY!” with his flight plan. from r/nextfuckinglevel

There have been some skeptical takes on this but Flight Aware shows that it’s accurate, taking off from and landing at Lee Airport just outside of Annapolis, Maryland.

There’s a long tradition of pilots drawing things in the sky. Right now though I think we can all be sympathetic, that sick people should get better. So let’s all say together “Get Well Soon, Bailey!”

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  1. Gary, the plane is a Piper Archer, not a Piper Lance. Lee airport is my home base and where I learned how to fly.

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