Air traffic has returned to normal levels in northern Europe, and planes fill up the sky once again. Ito world, who has been doing some great stuff lately, visualizes the reboot of air traffic. We start to see some planes on April 18, and by April 20, everything is back to normal.
There are some holes in the data over France and the Atlantic but you get the idea.
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good, i was getting worried considering my little sister is in europe right now!
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As an employee of a travel company, we were very pleased to see the planes restart. And that video is amazing and puts into perspective just how big and complex air travel can be. Thanks for this, very interesting.
Beautiful visualization of how complex our society has become. Yet it is also evidence of how fragile it remains. This situation really puts in perspective just how much combined effort and knowledge it takes to make it all work, and how much more we have to do to raise the world.
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