In celebration of India’s 74th Republic Day, pilot and YouTuber Gaurav Taneja, who runs the channel “Flying Beast,” plans to draw a map of the nation in the sky. On January 26, the “Aasman Mein Bharat” mission will take off from Tampa International Airport in Florida and take off for about three hours.
Pilot to draw biggest aerial map of India
Captain Taneja is attempting to break the record for the largest-ever map of India painted in the sky. He has over 12 years and 6,000 hours of flying experience. The Aasman Mein Bharat mission can be followed on Taneja’s social media accounts.
On India’s Republic Day this Thursday, the stunt will take off from Tampa Airport in Florida. While the mission’s specifics are still unknown, it is expected to travel 350 km in three hours.
In celebration of Republic Day, Captain Gaurav Taneja, also known as Flying Beast, will draw the largest map of the largest democracy in the world as part of a nationwide patriotic initiative called “AASMAN MEIN BHARAT” as we approach the 74th anniversary of the Indian Constitution.
Gaurav Taneja, also known as the Flying Beast, has about 17 million followers across all of his social media accounts. Taneja first gained notoriety for posting videos about aviation but has since expanded to post a variety of videos, including vlogs of his daily activities and workout routine. According to reports, Taneja permanently ended his career in aviation in 2020 and became a full-time content creator.
A flying sneaker, a wolf, and even a pilot who sketched his own plane were among the interesting creations made by pilots in a competition organised by the aviation company Lightspeed.
Commercial aircraft have also pulled off similar tricks. For example, an Aegean Airlines A320 commemorated Greek Independence Day in March 2021 by drawing a huge “200” in the sky.
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