An airplane traces a Christmas tree in the sky

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Last week, an airplane pilot traced the shape of a Christmas tree in mid-flight over Germany. Let's take a closer look at the tradition of the Christmas tree recognized today across the world.

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Last week, an airplane pilot traced the shape of a Christmas tree in mid-flight over Germany.

“Flightradar24, a site that tracks commercial aircraft around the globe in real time, posted an image of the Airbus A380 aircraft's journey on social media. You can clearly recognize the tree, which is even decorated with Christmas balls. "

Source: Radio-Canada

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