Is it a bird, a plane? No, it's just one Ontario driver.\nA 21-year-old from North York was caught speeding down Highway 403 on Tuesday, travelling almost as fast as an airplane.\nAccording to the OPP, the driver was pulled over for going 228 kilometres an hour on the Mississauga roadway.\nEditor's Choice: The Rockefeller Christmas Tree Has Arrived In NYC & It's On Brand For 2020 (PHOTOS)\n21 year old driver from North York charged with stunt driving after going 228km/h on #Hwy403 in #Mississauga vehicle impounded for 7 days and licence suspended for 7 days #NoExcuse. ^RV#WayTooFast#SaveALife#SlowDown#Unacceptable pic.twitter.com/UVUIiDbRuS— OPP Highway Safety Division (@OPP_HSD) November 17, 2020\n\n\nThe individual's licence was suspended and their vehicle was impounded for seven days.\nOPP Sgt. Kerry Schmidt has revealed that a Boeing 737 takeoff speed is around 250 kilometres an hour.\nSo the driver wasn't that far off from racing the jet down the runway. \nThis isn't the first time an Ontario driver has been caught trying to take flight.\nBack in January, Sgt. Kerry Schmidt revealed that a 19-year-old from Oakville had been charged in a similar stunt driving incident.\nThe driver was caught going 218 kilometres an hour in a 100 zone.