“If you can dream it, you can do it,” and that’s exactly what Travis Ludlow from the UK decided to do. The 18-year-old has become the youngest person to fly around the world solo.
The teen spent 44 days completing the 40 000km journey, landing in the Netherlands on Tuesday, to what we can only imagine, were squeals of delight.
According to BBC, The ambitious achievement has landed him in the Guinness World Records and has stated that it’s a “strange feeling.”
“Landing in Gibraltar was a dream come true. It’s somewhere I’ve always wanted to fly… It was also the same day I reached a total of 24,972 miles flown overall – which is 71 miles more than the circumference of the Earth at the equator. So it was two major milestones in one day,” the teen mused.
While we’re a tad bit jealous of this incredible achievement, Travis has made sure to document his achievement by capturing his journey on video so we could live vicariously through him.
Check out one of his cool videos below:
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Picture: Travis Ludlow