They did it!
The team from the "One More Orbit" successfully completed their flight and and broke a pair of records for their round-the-world airplane flight over the North and South poles.
Does the name sound familiar to you?
It may be because the flight crew named their flight "One More Orbit" to pay homage to the 50th anniversary of humanity's first moon landing.
The flight took off in a Qatar Executive Gulfstream G650ER aircraft and spent 46 hours, 39 minutes, and 38 seconds completing their mission. They averaged 535 mph!!
Congrats Action Aviation Chairman Hamish Harding and Astronaut Terry Virts!
For more information on the One More Flight, check our their website here.
Check out Mo Kelly's conversation with Action Aviation Chairman Hamish Harding and Astronaut Terry Virts to see how their mission was going!