Zara Rutherford made history at just 19 years old
British: Zara Rutherford, the youngest of British and Belgian descent, has made history. Zara, who has seen 19 springs of Zingdi, has become the youngest woman in the world to have measured the whole world with her small plane. When Zara landed at Corticac Airport in Belgium on Thursday from his micro-light plane, he had completed a journey across five continents in five months. During this record-breaking journey, Zara covered 51,000 km in 52 countries.
Zara started her journey on August 18 on the world’s fastest micro-light plane. When Zara arrived in Belgium, she was greeted by a standing ovation. Looking very happy, Zara said that it was a crazy journey. Zara’s long journey was not easy. During the trip, Zara was stranded for a month in Alaska, then North America and South America, due to visa delays and bad weather. She was later stranded in eastern Russia, where a winter storm was raging. She then left Russia for South Asia. Routes from South Asia to West Asia and back to Europe.
His most memorable visit was to New York and then to an active volcano in Iceland. During this time he also feared that his life might end somewhere. He also felt this fear during the frozen areas of Siberia and the narrow passage of North Korean airspace. Zara said North Korea was testing missiles and did not issue a warning. To complete this record, Zara had to touch two very different parts of the world. She landed in Zambi, Indonesia, and Tumako, Colombia. Zara has broken the record of Shaista Wes, a US citizen born in Afghanistan, with this flight. Shaista set the record in 2017 by traveling alone at the age of 30.
During this trip Zara listened to the songs a lot and enjoyed the whole trip. Zara said he had to land in Germany before Belgium, which was difficult due to heavy rain and snow. However, the aerobatics team of the Belgian Air Force assisted him in this and the journey was completed. After the tiring journey, Zara said she would now spend time with her family and look after the cats.
This record will motivate other women to perform better
Zara has been training to be a pilot since she was just 14 years old and in the year 2020 she got her pilot’s license. She aspires to be an astronaut and hopes her record will inspire other women to excel in science, technology and aviation. He said that girls are often encouraged to be beautiful, kind and helpful. I wanted to show through my flight that women can also achieve ambitious goals.