The look of stress just prior to a test flight and inflight emergency. In the past few years, the Citizen of the World has been honored by having
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Flying in “cabin class comfort?” Sometimes we are motivated as much by those people that say we can’t do something as by those that say we can!
About four months after the Citizen of the World returned to the United States from her record setting polar circumnavigation, she went in for new
Photo credit – Explorers, Jeremy Là Zelle and Kristin Gates You have completed your expedition, pushed yourself, your team and your equipment to
As the new year rolls in, it’s a great time to put the past behind us and take some positive steps toward an even better flying year ahead. It’s
Flying Citizen of the World to the South Pole and then the North Pole can create stresses on the aircraft that it was never designed to endure.
When I started the pole to pole mission on November 16th, 2019, which seems like a lifetime of challenges ago, my team and I were clear on our
Yesterday as I prepared for my first ever North Pole crossing things were going pretty smoothly. Almost too smoothly. I’m used to last minute
It’s 3 a.m. in a lonely hotel room in Northern Europe in the midst of worldwide quarantines. The world seems to be spiraling out of control in
When I started the Pole to Pole mission on November 16, 2019, which seems like a lifetime of challenges ago, my team and I were clear on our mission
As pilots, we know that at some point our skills diminish and it becomes very dangerous not to fly. In the past, I would fly every week to keep my
The world finds itself in a zone of confusion—a time and a place where the future is unknown—while fear and uncertainly surround Citizens of the
As the coronavirus makes its way around the world and people become afraid and begin panicking, I want to share some helpful techniques I have
I’ve visited almost 20 countries in the last three months, talking with countless people about what it means to be a “Citizen of the World”
Change, welcome or unwelcome, is going on all the time. Our challenge and our opportunity is to be aware of that change and use it for the greatest