How High My Friend, Brian Warner, Thinks Planes Fly

5 Comments 14 May 2010

My friend, Brian Warner, referenced the altitude of passenger jets the other day. It was in reference to something else, though what that was I cannot remember. My friend, Brian Warner, is smart. Very smart. His comment (Brian Warner’s) was borderline Rain Man-esque. So here, without further ado, is a scale infographic of the estimated altitude of a 747 (provided by my friend, Brian Warner, May 12th 2010 on the 405 Freeway, Los Angeles, CA) versus the altitude of other common objects found in our skies:


You’re reading that right. My friend, Brian Warner, thinks that when you travel from California to New York you fly approximately 212.77 times higher than the International Space Station. Almost a quarter of the way to the moon.

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5 Comments so far

  1. Brian Warner says:

    Maybe Im from the future and sometimes I forget that our technology hasn’t caught up to my time.

  2. CCap says:

    looks about right to me

  3. Rrob says:


  4. Ian says:

    Warner’s clearly never seen Nightmare at 20,000 Feet. All of my knowledge comes from old Twilight Zone episodes.

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