Skywriting

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Skywriting is an extremely specialized aviation talent created by critically timing the vaporizing of specially-treated and environmentally approved liquid by an airplane to form letters and lines in the sky. Typically, Skywriting is performed between 7,000 and 17,000 feet. It can be done any time of the year, regardless of the temperature.

Traditional skywriting is executed with one aircraft performing exciting aerobatic maneuvers in order to write five or six characters in a hand-written style, as well as basic logos and other shapes.

Digital skywriting is executed by a five-aircraft squadron flying in formation at very calm high altitudes, writing approximately 25 characters in the clear blue sky with a single pass. Your message gives exactly the appearance of having been typewritten in dot matrix style.

Each letter is about one mile high.

Your message is “typed” repeatedly, according to the program you create.

On a clear day, a message can be seen for as much as 30 miles in all directions. Your message could be written ten times during a single flight, so that's more than 30,000 square miles of exciting and memorable entertainment and communication!