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Today I've come across this image:

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While the site itself only claims that Helsinki has been moved to Siberia, you will quickly notice that most countries and even the seas are severely displaced.

Googling for "Egypt Air European Map" or "Egypt Air wrong map" did not yield any results. Did the airline really mess up this bad?

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    Where did you come across this? – LаngLаngС Aug 1 at 10:46
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    It's not obvious in the picture from VeryFinnishProblems, but this isn't a screenshot, it's a photo of a book. What book I can't say, but a different photo of the page was posted on Reddit 4 years ago, so someone may get an answer by asking the user there. – Laurel Aug 1 at 12:07
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    I think it's pointless to point out (ha!) all the flaws in this picture, as this would be a quite long list. – infinitezero Aug 1 at 12:24
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    If anyone has Adobe Flash Player installed, you can look at their inflight magazine from 2014 (before the 2015 Reddit post - might be too long before, there don't seem to be any from 2015 online). Also here's another, different photo of the same map from someone on Twitter who implies they independently noticed and photographed this a few years ago - twitter.com/fffisch/status/1093782205409738752. Looks likely to be real – user56reinstatemonica8 Aug 1 at 14:24
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    And as for "Did the airline really mess up this bad?" - this isn't the only example of EgyptAir's inflight magazine's less-than-sky-high editorial standards, see for example its notorious "interview" with Drew Barrymore – user56reinstatemonica8 Aug 1 at 14:30

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