A pilot has created a smile to cheer people up - for Gloucester based Fly2Help charity - which was caught on camera by people on the ground.
Pilot Richard Goodwin says she's had lots of positive feedback after creating it 1.5 miles in the sky.
It was part of a routine maintenance flight
Local pilot doing his best to raise morale in Gloucester today 😊 pic.twitter.com/C0QSMEUOke— Gloucester & District Royal Engineers Association (@GlosREA) May 25, 2020
We can't do our Air Smiles Days at the moment but we are grateful for this airborne smile. Thank you @RichgoodwinS2S our neighbour @GlosAirport #BankHolidayMonday #smiles #aviators #airshows pic.twitter.com/DmbAgMHCZ8— fly2help (@fly2help) May 25, 2020