Boeing is consistently flying to test their planes, but these are flights that don’t necessarily have a destination. It’s more that the pilots are up in the air for long stretches until they land back where they started. That might get boring, so it’s up to the pilots to entertain themselves. One test team did so by tracing the outline of a plane with their flight path. The outline is big enough that it covers 22 states and took 18 hours to accomplish. The plane they flew/traced is the 787-8, an aircraft designed to provide more long-distance direct flights, reducing travel time and, hopefully, expenses. And if this is how those test pilots spend their time, we’re totally okay with that, even if we wouldn’t expect great wall art to come from Boeing.