The Portuguese made a record round the world flight via Moscow
A native of Portugal Lived Azevedo, living and working in Dubai, has broken the world record for the fastest round-the-world flight on scheduled flights. The route out of Shanghai men also included Auckland (New Zealand), Buenos Aires (Argentina), Paris and Moscow, where Azevedo returned to China.
This writes the newspaper the National.
The route out of Shanghai men also included Auckland (New Zealand), Buenos Aires (Argentina), Paris and Moscow, where Azevedo was back in China town.
All the way took him 55 hours and 47 minutes, that is a little more than two days. The previous record in this regard belongs to Briton Michael Bartlett (as Michael Bartlett). In 2016, he flew round the world in 57 hours 27 minutes.
Azevedo made the trip in February 2017, but became aware of it only recently. About his intentions, he informed the representatives of the Guinness Book of records.
His achievement was accepted and registered, the traveler had every two hours to take photos and video of what is happening, why sleep, the man practically not was able.
Azevedo says that the hardest thing he had in Moscow, where the plane from Paris about half an hour circling over the airport because of a snowstorm. In addition, when you return to Shanghai, his flight was also delayed.
In February-March this year the passenger liner, whose crew consisted entirely of women, performed the first round the world flight. The aircraft got Air India from new Delhi to San Francisco and back.
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