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British-Belgian teen becomes youngest woman to fly solo round the world 
42 PICTURES 
TRAVEL-WORLD/ZARA RUTHERFORD
RTXGXVRD 
September 09, 2021 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford, 19, takes a selfie with female pilots during a news conference... 
APODACA, Mexico 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford arrives at the Del Norte International airport, in Apodaca 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford, 19, takes a selfie with female pilots during a news conference after landing at the Del Norte International airport as part of her attempt to become the youngest female pilot to fly around the world in her Shark ultralight, the world's fastest microlight aircraft, in Apodaca, on the outskirts of Monterrey, Mexico September 9, 2021. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril 
TRAVEL-WORLD/ZARA RUTHERFORD
RTXGXVPY 
September 09, 2021 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford, 19, speaks during a news conference after landing at the Del... 
APODACA, Mexico 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford arrives at the Del Norte International airport, in Apodaca 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford, 19, speaks during a news conference after landing at the Del Norte International airport as part of her attempt to become the youngest female pilot to fly around the world in her Shark ultralight, the world's fastest microlight aircraft, in Apodaca, on the outskirts of Monterrey, Mexico September 9, 2021. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril 
TRAVEL-WORLD/ZARA RUTHERFORD
RTXGXVPW 
September 09, 2021 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford, 19, smiles during a news conference after landing at the Del... 
APODACA, Mexico 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford arrives at the Del Norte International airport, in Apodaca 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford, 19, smiles during a news conference after landing at the Del Norte International airport as part of her attempt to become the youngest female pilot to fly around the world in her Shark ultralight, the world's fastest microlight aircraft, in Apodaca, on the outskirts of Monterrey, Mexico September 9, 2021. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril 
TRAVEL-WORLD/ZARA RUTHERFORD
RTXGXVQ0 
September 09, 2021 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford, 19, attends a news conference after landing at the Del Norte International... 
APODACA, Mexico 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford arrives at the Del Norte International airport, in Apodaca 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford, 19, attends a news conference after landing at the Del Norte International airport as part of her attempt to become the youngest female pilot to fly around the world in her Shark ultralight, the world's fastest microlight aircraft, in Apodaca, on the outskirts of Monterrey, Mexico September 9, 2021. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril 
TRAVEL-WORLD/ZARA RUTHERFORD
RTXGXVMJ 
September 09, 2021 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford, 19, attends a news conference after landing at the Del Norte International... 
APODACA, Mexico 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford arrives at the Del Norte International airport, in Apodaca 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford, 19, attends a news conference after landing at the Del Norte International airport as part of her attempt to become the youngest female pilot to fly around the world in her Shark ultralight, the world's fastest microlight aircraft, in Apodaca, on the outskirts of Monterrey, Mexico September 9, 2021. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril 
TRAVEL-WORLD/ZARA RUTHERFORD
RTXGXVH8 
September 09, 2021 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford, 19, arrives at a news conference after landing at the Del Norte... 
APODACA, Mexico 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford arrives at the Del Norte International airport, in Apodaca 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford, 19, arrives at a news conference after landing at the Del Norte International airport as part of her attempt to become the youngest female pilot to fly around the world in her Shark ultralight, the world's fastest microlight aircraft, in Apodaca, on the outskirts of Monterrey, Mexico September 9, 2021. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril 
TRAVEL-WORLD/ZARA RUTHERFORD
RTXGSLXF 
September 06, 2021 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford, 19, smiles after arriving at Tocumen International Airport as... 
Panama City, Panama 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford arrives at Tocumen International Airport in Panama City 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford, 19, smiles after arriving at Tocumen International Airport as part of a three-month bid to become the youngest woman to fly solo around the world in her Shark ultralight, the world's fastest microlight aircraft, in Panama City, Panama September 6, 2021. REUTERS/Erick Marciscano 
TRAVEL-WORLD/ZARA RUTHERFORD
RTXGSLX9 
September 06, 2021 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford, 19, is cheered by airport workers after arriving at Tocumen International... 
Panama City, Panama 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford arrives at Tocumen International Airport in Panama City 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford, 19, is cheered by airport workers after arriving at Tocumen International Airport as part of a three-month bid to become the youngest woman to fly solo around the world in her Shark ultralight, the world's fastest microlight aircraft, in Panama City, Panama September 6, 2021. REUTERS/Erick Marciscano 
TRAVEL-WORLD/ZARA RUTHERFORD
RTXGSLXB 
September 06, 2021 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford, 19, smiles after arriving at Tocumen International Airport as... 
Panama City, Panama 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford arrives at Tocumen International Airport in Panama City 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford, 19, smiles after arriving at Tocumen International Airport as part of a three-month bid to become the youngest woman to fly solo around the world in her Shark ultralight, the world's fastest microlight aircraft, in Panama City, Panama September 6, 2021. REUTERS/Erick Marciscano 
TRAVEL-WORLD/ZARA RUTHERFORD
RTXGSLX8 
September 06, 2021 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford, 19, poses for a photo with a Panama's flag after arriving at Tocumen... 
Panama City, Panama 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford arrives at Tocumen International Airport in Panama City 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford, 19, poses for a photo with a Panama's flag after arriving at Tocumen International Airport as part of a three-month bid to become the youngest woman to fly solo around the world in her Shark ultralight, the world's fastest microlight aircraft, in Panama City, Panama September 6, 2021. REUTERS/Erick Marciscano 
TRAVEL-WORLD/ZARA RUTHERFORD
RTXGSLXC 
September 06, 2021 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford, 19, taxi her aircraft after landing at Tocumen International Airport... 
Panama City, Panama 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford arrives to Tocumen International Airport in Panama City 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford, 19, taxi her aircraft after landing at Tocumen International Airport as part of a three-month bid to become the youngest woman to fly solo round the world in her Shark ultralight, the world's fastest microlight aircraft, in Panama City, Panama September 6, 2021. REUTERS/Erick Marciscano 
TRAVEL-WORLD/ZARA RUTHERFORD
RTXGSLXE 
September 06, 2021 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford, 19, poses for a photo with Panama's flag after arriving at Tocumen... 
Panama City, Panama 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford arrives at Tocumen International Airport in Panama City 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford, 19, poses for a photo with Panama's flag after arriving at Tocumen International Airport as part of a three-month bid to become the youngest woman to fly solo around the world in her Shark ultralight, the world's fastest microlight aircraft, in Panama City, Panama September 6, 2021. REUTERS/Erick Marciscano 
TRAVEL-WORLD/ZARA RUTHERFORD
RTXGSLXD 
September 06, 2021 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford, 19, receives a bouquet from airport workers after arriving at... 
Panama City, Panama 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford arrives at Tocumen International Airport in Panama City 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford, 19, receives a bouquet from airport workers after arriving at Tocumen International Airport as part of a three-month bid to become the youngest woman to fly solo around the world in her Shark ultralight, the world's fastest microlight aircraft, in Panama City, Panama September 6, 2021. REUTERS/Erick Marciscano 
TRAVEL-WORLD/ZARA RUTHERFORD
RTXGSLXA 
September 06, 2021 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford, 19, waves after arriving at Tocumen International Airport as part... 
Panama City, Panama 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford arrives at Tocumen International Airport in Panama City 
Belgian-British pilot Zara Rutherford, 19, waves after arriving at Tocumen International Airport as part of a three-month bid to become the youngest woman to fly solo around the world in her Shark ultralight, the world's fastest microlight aircraft, in Panama City, Panama September 6, 2021. REUTERS/Erick Marciscano 
INDIA/
RTR3FNJW 
October 06, 2013 
Bystanders watch as a damaged Indian Air Force's two-seater Microlight aircraft is being transported... 
New Delhi, India 
Bystanders watch as a damaged Indian Air Force's two-seater Microlight aircraft is being transported... 
Bystanders watch as a damaged Indian Air Force's two-seater Microlight aircraft is being transported after making an emergency landing in a park at New Delhi October 6, 2013. The aircraft had to make an emergency landing due to technical problems and no casualties were reported, according to local media. REUTERS/Anindito Mukherjee (INDIA - Tags: MILITARY DISASTER TRANSPORT) 
INDIA/
RTR3FNJV 
October 06, 2013 
Indian Air Force personnel load a damaged two-seater Microlight aircraft onto a truck after it made an... 
New Delhi, India 
Indian Air Force personnel load a damaged two-seater Microlight aircraft onto a truck after it made an... 
Indian Air Force personnel load a damaged two-seater Microlight aircraft onto a truck after it made an emergency landing in a park at New Delhi October 6, 2013. The aircraft had to make an emergency landing due to technical problems and no casualties were reported, according to local media. REUTERS/Anindito Mukherjee (INDIA - Tags: MILITARY DISASTER TRANSPORT) 
INDIA
RTR3FNJO 
October 06, 2013 
Indian Air Force personnel examine a damaged two-seater Microlight aircraft after it made an emergency... 
New Delhi, India 
Indian Air Force personnel examine a damaged two-seater Microlight aircraft after it made an emergency... 
Indian Air Force personnel examine a damaged two-seater Microlight aircraft after it made an emergency landing in a park at New Delhi October 6, 2013. The aircraft had to make an emergency landing due to technical problems and no casualties were reported, according to local media. REUTERS/Anindito Mukherjee (INDIA - Tags: TRANSPORT MILITARY DISASTER TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
SOCCER-COPA/
RTR2ON4U 
July 08, 2011 
An ultra-light aircraft made from a tricycle flies past the flags of Argentina (L) and Ecuador before... 
Mendoza, Argentina 
An ultra-light aircraft made from a tricycle flies past the flags of Argentina and Ecuador at the Copa... 
An ultra-light aircraft made from a tricycle flies past the flags of Argentina (L) and Ecuador before the start of the match between Chile and Uruguay in the Copa America soccer tournament in Mendoza, July 8, 2011. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (ARGENTINA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER SOCIETY TRANSPORT) 
SYRIA/
RTXP21X 
September 28, 2009 
A man sits in a microlight aircraft at the opening the first international technology fair for airplanes... 
Damascus, Syria 
A man sits in a microlight aircraft at the opening the first international technology fair for airplanes... 
A man sits in a microlight aircraft at the opening the first international technology fair for airplanes named "Syria's Air Show 2009" at Damascus airport September 28, 2009. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA TRANSPORT) 
SYRIA/
RTXP21H 
September 28, 2009 
A man flies a microlight aircraft at the opening the first international technology fair for airplanes... 
Damascus, Syria 
A man flies a microlight aircraft at the opening the first international technology fair for airplanes... 
A man flies a microlight aircraft at the opening the first international technology fair for airplanes named "Syria's Air Show 2009" at Damascus airport September 28, 2009. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA TRANSPORT) 
SYRIA/
RTXP21E 
September 28, 2009 
A man flies a microlight aircraft at the opening the first international technology fair for airplanes... 
Damascus, Syria 
A man flies a microlight aircraft at the opening the first international technology fair for airplanes... 
A man flies a microlight aircraft at the opening the first international technology fair for airplanes named "Syria's Air Show 2009" at Damascus airport September 28, 2009. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA TRANSPORT) 
GERMANY/
RTR24MEL 
June 13, 2009 
French microlight pilot Christian Moullec flies with a flock of cranes during an air show in Langenselbold,... 
Langenselbold, Germany 
French microlight pilot Christian Moullec flies with a flock of cranes during an air show in Langenselbold,... 
French microlight pilot Christian Moullec flies with a flock of cranes during an air show in Langenselbold, 40 km (25 miles) east of Frankfurt June 13, 2009. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY TRANSPORT SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
JORDAN
RTR22BFK 
December 06, 2008 
Basma Bani Ahmed(R), a member of Royal Aero Sports Club, and Bedouin tribal leader Salem Al Zawaeda speak... 
Wadi Rum, Jordan 
Basma Bani Ahmed, a member of Royal Aero Sports Club, and Bedouin tribal leader Salem Al Zawaeda speak... 
Basma Bani Ahmed(R), a member of Royal Aero Sports Club, and Bedouin tribal leader Salem Al Zawaeda speak to journalist before their microlight and single-engine aircraft tour over Wadi Rum December 6, 2008. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN) 
JORDAN
RTR22BFD 
December 06, 2008 
Basma Bani Ahmed, a member of the Jordanian Royal Aero Sports Club, flies in a microlight and single-engine... 
Wadi Rum, Jordan 
Basma Bani Ahmed, a member of the Jordanian Royal Aero Sports Club, flies in a microlight and single-engine... 
Basma Bani Ahmed, a member of the Jordanian Royal Aero Sports Club, flies in a microlight and single-engine aircraft over Wadi Rum December 6, 2008. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN) 
JORDAN
RTR22BF9 
December 06, 2008 
An aerial view of Wadi Rum taken from a microlight single-engine aircraft December 6, 2008. REUTERS/Ali... 
Wadi Rum, Jordan 
An aerial view of Wadi Rum taken from a microlight single-engine aircraft 
An aerial view of Wadi Rum taken from a microlight single-engine aircraft December 6, 2008. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN) 
JORDAN
RTR22BF4 
December 06, 2008 
An aerial view of Wadi Rum taken from a microlight single-engine aircraft December 6, 2008. REUTERS/Ali... 
Wadi Rum, Jordan 
An aerial view of Wadi Rum taken from a microlight single-engine aircraft 
An aerial view of Wadi Rum taken from a microlight single-engine aircraft December 6, 2008. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN) 
JORDAN
RTR22BF2 
December 06, 2008 
An aerial view of Wadi Rum taken from a microlight single-engine aircraft December 6, 2008. REUTERS/Ali... 
Wadi Rum, Jordan 
An aerial view of Wadi Rum taken from a microlight single-engine aircraft 
An aerial view of Wadi Rum taken from a microlight single-engine aircraft December 6, 2008. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN) 
JORDAN
RTR22BET 
December 06, 2008 
An aerial view of Wadi Rum taken from a microlight single-engine aircraft December 6, 2008. REUTERS/Ali... 
Wadi Rum, Jordan 
An aerial view of Wadi Rum taken from a microlight single-engine aircraft 
An aerial view of Wadi Rum taken from a microlight single-engine aircraft December 6, 2008. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN) 
INDONESIA
RTR1ONDW 
April 15, 2007 
Miles Hilton-Barber (2nd L), 57, the blind aviator from Britain, gestures after landing with co-pilot... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
Miles Hilton-Barber the blind aviator from Britain gestures after landing with co-pilot Richard Meredith-Hardy... 
Miles Hilton-Barber (2nd L), 57, the blind aviator from Britain, gestures after landing with co-pilot Richard Meredith-Hardy in Jakarta April 15, 2007. Hilton-Barber, raising funds for blind people in developing countries, is attempting to fly from London to Sydney in a microlight aircraft. REUTERS/Supri (INDONESIA) 
INDONESIA
RTR1ONDJ 
April 15, 2007 
Miles Hilton-Barber (2nd L), 57, the blind aviator from Britain, jokes with co-pilot Richard Meredith-Hardy... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
Miles Hilton-Barber the blind aviator from Britain jokes with co-pilot Richard Meredith-Hardy after landing... 
Miles Hilton-Barber (2nd L), 57, the blind aviator from Britain, jokes with co-pilot Richard Meredith-Hardy after landing in Jakarta April 15, 2007. Hilton-Barber, raising funds for blind people in developing countries, is attempting to fly from London to Sydney in a microlight aircraft. REUTERS/Supri (INDONESIA) 
INDONESIA
RTR1ONDG 
April 15, 2007 
Miles Hilton-Barber (L), 57, the blind aviator from Britain, raises his hand accompanied by co-pilot... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
Miles Hilton-Barber arrives in Jakarta 
Miles Hilton-Barber (L), 57, the blind aviator from Britain, raises his hand accompanied by co-pilot Richard Meredith-Hardy (front) in their microlight aircraft after landing in Jakarta April 15, 2007. Hilton-Barber, raising funds for blind people in developing countries, is attempting to fly from London to Sydney in a microlight aircraft. REUTERS/Supri (INDONESIA) 
MEXICO
RTXNOBM 
August 03, 2005 
Mexican pilots Vico Gutierrez (R) and Luis Miranda pose next to their microlight aircraft, sponsored... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Mexican pilots Vico Gutierrez (R) and Luis Miranda pose next to their microlight aircraft, sponsored..... 
Mexican pilots Vico Gutierrez (R) and Luis Miranda pose next to their microlight aircraft, sponsored by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), which is decorated like a Monarch butterfly, as they show if off to the press during the unveiling of a project to track the migrating butterflies with the aircraft, in Mexico City, August 3, 2005. A team of pilots and support staff are going to follow the migrating Monarch butterflies from Canada through the U.S. to Mexico in the microlight in a journey that will take two and half months and six generations of butterflies. 
MEXICO
RTXNOBL 
August 03, 2005 
Mexican pilots Vico Gutierrez (front) and Luis Miranda sit in their microlight aircraft, which is decorated... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Mexican pilots Vico Gutierrez (front) and Luis Miranda sit in their microlight aircraft, which is de..... 
Mexican pilots Vico Gutierrez (front) and Luis Miranda sit in their microlight aircraft, which is decorated like a Monarch butterfly, sponsored by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), as they show if off to the press during the unveiling of a project to track the migrating butterflies with the aircraft, in Mexico City, August 3, 2005. A team of pilots and support staff are going to follow the migrating Monarch butterflies from Canada through the U.S. to Mexico in the microlight in a journey that will take two and half months and six generations of butterflies. 
MEXICO
RTXNOBK 
August 03, 2005 
A Mexican member of a team sponsored by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) prepares a microlight aircraft,... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
A Mexican member of a team sponsored by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) prepares a microlight aircraft..... 
A Mexican member of a team sponsored by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) prepares a microlight aircraft, decorated like a Monarch butterfly, before showing if off to the press during the unveiling of a project to track the migrating butterflies with the aircraft, in Mexico City, August 3, 2005. A team of pilots and support staff are going to follow the migrating Monarch butterflies from Canada through the U.S. to Mexico with the microlight in a journey that will take two and half months and six generations of butterflies. 
MEXICO MONARCHS
RTRJI9B 
August 03, 2005 
Mexican pilots Vico Gutierrez (R) and Luis Miranda pose next to their microlight aircraft, which is decorated... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Mexican pilots Gutierrez and Miranda pose next to their microlight aircraft in Mexico City. 
Mexican pilots Vico Gutierrez (R) and Luis Miranda pose next to their microlight aircraft, which is decorated like a Monarch butterfly, as they show if off to the press during the unveiling of a project to track the migrating butterflies with the aircraft, in Mexico City, August 3, 2005. A team of pilots and support staff are going to follow the migrating Monarch butterflies from Canada through the U.S. to Mexico in the microlight in a journey that will take two and half months and six generations of butterflies. REUTERS/Andrew Winning AW/NL 
MEXICO MONARCHS
RTRJI93 
August 03, 2005 
A Mexican member of a team sponsored by the World Wildlife Fund prepares a microlight aircraft, decorated... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
A Mexican prepares a microlight aircraft decorated like a Monarch butterfly in Mexico City. 
A Mexican member of a team sponsored by the World Wildlife Fund prepares a microlight aircraft, decorated like a Monarch butterfly, before showing if off to the press during the unveiling of a project to track the migrating butterflies with the aircraft, in Mexico City, August 3, 2005. A team of pilots and support staff are going to follow the migrating Monarch butterflies from Canada through the U.S. to Mexico with the microlight in a journey that will take two and half months and six generations of butterflies. REUTERS/Andrew Winning AW/NL 
MEXICO MONARCHS
RTRJI8T 
August 03, 2005 
Mexican pilots Vico Gutierrez (front) and Luis Miranda sit in their microlight aircraft, which is decorated... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Mexican pilots Gutierrez and Miranda sit in their microlight aircraft in Mexico City. 
Mexican pilots Vico Gutierrez (front) and Luis Miranda sit in their microlight aircraft, which is decorated like a Monarch butterfly, as they show if off to the press during the unveiling of a project to track the migrating butterflies with the aircraft, in Mexico City, August 3, 2005. A team of pilots and support staff are going to follow the migrating Monarch butterflies from Canada through the U.S. to Mexico in the microlight in a journey that will take two and half months and six generations of butterflies. REUTERS/Andrew Winning AW/NL 
MOULLEC
RTXMZ0R 
October 03, 2004 
French Christian Moullec with The Association for the Protection of Migratory Birds performs a goose... 
Spain Barcelona, Spain 
French Christian Moullec with The Association for the Protection of Migratory Birds performs a goose..... 
French Christian Moullec with The Association for the Protection of Migratory Birds performs a goose flight during the Aeronautics Festival in Barcelona's beach, Spain, October 3, 2004.The best epilogue to la MercĀ, The Aeronautics Festival show is a traditional festivity performed every September to honour Barcelona's patron saint La Merce. 
MOULLEC
RTXM4TN 
August 23, 2003 
French microlight pilot Christian Moullec flies with a group of Lesser White-fronted Geese (Anser erythropus)... 
DITTINGEN, Switzerland 
French microlight pilot Christian Moullec flies with a group of Lesser White-fronted Geese (Anser er..... 
French microlight pilot Christian Moullec flies with a group of Lesser White-fronted Geese (Anser erythropus) in a typical V formation at the airshow of Dittingen, Switzerland, August 23, 2003. French environmentalist Christian Moullec raised Lesser White-fronted Geese in an endangered species project in Sweden and trained the birds to think that his aircraft is their squadron leader. [With the aid of the microlight Moullec was able to guide them, via a safe migration route which they subsequently pass on to future generations, from Sweden to protected winter quarters on Bislich Island on the Lower Rhine.] 
Flying with the Birds
RTR20B5 
August 23, 2003 
French microlight pilot Christian Moullec flies with a group of Lesser
White-fronted Geese (Anser erythropus)... 
Gebenstorf 
CHRISTIAN MOULLEC FLIES WITH A GROUP OF LESSER WHITE-FRONTED GEESE AT
THE AIRSHOW OF DITTINGEN. 
French microlight pilot Christian Moullec flies with a group of Lesser
White-fronted Geese (Anser erythropus) in a typical V formation at the
airshow of Dittingen, Switzerland, August 23, 2003. French
environmentalist Christian Moullec raised Lesser White-fronted Geese in
an endangered species project in Sweden and trained the birds to think
that his aircraft is their squadron leader. With the aid of the
microlight Moullec was able to guide them, via a safe migration route
which they subsequently pass on to future generations, from Sweden to
protected winter quarters on Bislich Island on the Lower Rhine.
REUTERS/Roger Schneider REUTERS

ROS/HM/ 
Flying with the Birds
RTR20AV 
August 23, 2003 
French microlight pilot Christian Moullec flies with a group of Lesser
White-fronted Geese (Anser erythropus)... 
Gebenstorf 
CHRISTIAN MOULLEC FLIES WITH A GROUP OF LESSER WHITE-FRONTED GEESE AT
THE AIRSHOW OF DITTINGEN. 
French microlight pilot Christian Moullec flies with a group of Lesser
White-fronted Geese (Anser erythropus) in a typical V formation at the
airshow of Dittingen, Switzerland, August 23, 2003. French
environmentalist Christian Moullec raised Lesser White-fronted Geese in
an endangered species project in Sweden and trained the birds to think
that his aircraft is their squadron leader. With the aid of the
microlight Moullec was able to guide them, via a safe migration route
which they subsequently pass on to future generations, from Sweden to
protected winter quarters on Bislich Island on the Lower Rhine.
REUTERS/Roger Schneider REUTERS

ROS/HM/ 
INDIA
RTR10YB8 
December 20, 2002 
Indian paratroopers fly microlight aircraft during a display on the
golden jubilee of the army's only... 
Bangalore, Republic of India 
INDIAN PARATROOPERS FLY MICROLIGHTS DURING CELEBRATIONS IN BANGALORE. 
Indian paratroopers fly microlight aircraft during a display on the
golden jubilee of the army's only Parachute Regiment in Bangalore,
capital of the southern state of Karnataka, on December 20, 2002. The
regiment, which has 11 battalions, has been deployed for a variety of
operations since its creation, including civil conflicts and
international peacekeeping operations. REUTERS/Kamal Kishore

KK/JD 
BRAZIL FEATURE
RTR7HB4 
August 21, 2000 
Sergio Armelin pilots his ultra-light aircraft past the setting sun in Brasilia, August 21, 2000. A flier... 
Brasilia, Brazil 
ULTRALIGHT AIRCRAFT FLIES PAST A SETTING SUN IN CENTRAL BRAZIL. 
Sergio Armelin pilots his ultra-light aircraft past the setting sun in Brasilia, August 21, 2000. A flier for 20 years, Armelin has also flown hang gliders and para-gliders. Brasilia has registered no rainfall in more than 100 days, and meteorologists from the National Meteorology Institute see relative humidity in the air falling as low as 14 percent; a level considered critical.

GN/CM 
MILTON
RTXI5EM 
July 21, 1998 
Brian Milton is hugged by his daughter Jade (L) after safely landing his microlight aircraft at Brooklands... 
Brian Milton is hugged by his daughter Jade (L) after safely landing his microlight aircraft at Broo..... 
Brian Milton is hugged by his daughter Jade (L) after safely landing his microlight aircraft at Brooklands airfield in Weybridge July 21. Milton had successfully completed his record breaking round-the-world flight in 120 days.
**DIGITAL IMAGE** 
MILTON
RTXI5EL 
July 21, 1998 
Adventurer Brian Milton safely lands his microlight aircraft at Brooklands airfield in Weybridge July... 
Adventurer Brian Milton safely lands his microlight aircraft at Brooklands airfield in Weybridge Jul..... 
Adventurer Brian Milton safely lands his microlight aircraft at Brooklands airfield in Weybridge July 21. Milton had successfully completed his epic record breaking round-the-world flight taking off from the same airfield 120 days ago.
**DIGITAL IMAGE** 
RTRFR1I 
July 21, 1998 
Adventurer Brian Milton safely lands his microlight aircraft at Brooklands airfield in Weybridge July... 
United Kingdom 
MILTON LANDS HIS MICROLIGHT AT BROOKLANDS. 
Adventurer Brian Milton safely lands his microlight aircraft at Brooklands airfield in Weybridge July 21. Milton had successfully completed his epic record breaking round-the-world flight taking off from the same airfield 120 days ago.

KD/AA 
RTRFQZX 
July 21, 1998 
Brian Milton is hugged by his daughter Jade (L) after safely landing his microlight aircraft at Brooklands... 
United Kingdom 
BRIAN MILTON IS HUGGED BY HIS DAUGHTER AFTER MICROLIGHT ROUND-THE-WORLD FLIGHT. 
Brian Milton is hugged by his daughter Jade (L) after safely landing his microlight aircraft at Brooklands airfield in Weybridge July 21. Milton had successfully completed his record breaking round-the-world flight in 120 days.

KD/GB 
RTRFQZP 
July 21, 1998 
Adventurer Brian Milton safely lands his microlight aircraft at Brooklands airfield in Weybridge July... 
United Kingdom 
BRIAN MILTON LANDS HIS MICROLIGHT AT BROOKLANDS AFTER ROUND-THE-WORLD FLIGHT. 
Adventurer Brian Milton safely lands his microlight aircraft at Brooklands airfield in Weybridge July 21. Milton had successfully completed his epic record breaking round-the-world flight taking off from the same airfield 120 days ago.

KD/GB 
BRITAIN
RTXIGJF 
March 24, 1998 
Microlight pilot Brian Milton and co-pilot Keith Reynolds fly over Folkestone at the start of their round... 
Folkstone, United Kingdom 
Microlight pilot Brian Milton and co-pilot Keith Reynolds fly over Folkestone at the start of their ..... 
Microlight pilot Brian Milton and co-pilot Keith Reynolds fly over Folkestone at the start of their round the world attempt in the aircraft, GT Global March 24. The two pilots took off from Headcorn aerodrome, accompanied by thirty others for the first leg only, in an aim to circumnavigate the globe in 80 days. REUTERS/Stringer 
BRITAIN
RTXIGJ7 
March 24, 1998 
Microlight pilot Brian Milton and co-pilot Keith Reynolds fly over Folkestone at the start of their round... 
Folkstone, United Kingdom 
Microlight pilot Brian Milton and co-pilot Keith Reynolds fly over Folkestone at the start of their ..... 
Microlight pilot Brian Milton and co-pilot Keith Reynolds fly over Folkestone at the start of their round the world attempt in the aircraft, GT Global March 24. The two pilots took off from Headcorn aerodrome aiming to circumnavigate the globe in 80 days. REUTERS/Stringer 
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March 24, 1998 
Microlight pilot Brian Milton and co-pilot Keith Reynolds fly over Folkstone at the start of their round... 
Microlight pilot Brian Milton and co-pilot Keith Reynolds fly over Folkstone at the start of their r..... 
Microlight pilot Brian Milton and co-pilot Keith Reynolds fly over Folkstone at the start of their round the world attempt in the aircraft GT Global March 24. Milton hopes to complete the journey in 80 days. REUTERS/Stringer 
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March 24, 1998 
Microlight pilot Brian Milton and co-pilot Keith Reynolds fly over Folkstone at the start of their round... 
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MICROLIGHT PILOT MILTON STARTS HIS ROUND THE WORLD ATTEMPT 
Microlight pilot Brian Milton and co-pilot Keith Reynolds fly over Folkstone at the start of their round the world attempt in the aircraft GT Global March 24. Milton hopes to complete the journey in 80 days.

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March 24, 1998 
Microlight pilot Brian Milton and co-pilot Keith Reynolds take off from Le Touquet aerodrome on the second... 
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MICROLIGHT PILOT MILTON STARTS HIS ROUND THE WORLD ATTEMPT 
Microlight pilot Brian Milton and co-pilot Keith Reynolds take off from Le Touquet aerodrome on the second leg of their round the world attempt in the aircraft, GT Global March 24. During their stop over at Le Touquet a support pilot, Phil Good in an accompanying microlight was injured when he crashed into an airport building.

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March 24, 1998 
Microlight pilot Brian Milton and co-pilot Keith Reynolds fly over Folkestone at the start of their round... 
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MICROLIGHT PILOT MILTON AND REYNOLDS START ROUND THE WORLD ATTEMPT 
Microlight pilot Brian Milton and co-pilot Keith Reynolds fly over Folkestone at the start of their round the world attempt in the aircraft, GT Global March 24. The two pilots took off from Headcorn aerodrome aiming to circumnavigate the globe in 80 days.

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March 24, 1998 
Microlight pilot Brian Milton and co-pilot Keith Reynolds fly over Folkestone at the start of their round... 
Folkstone 
MICROLIGHT PILOT MILTON AND REYNOLDS START THEIR ROUND THE WORLD ATTEMPT 
Microlight pilot Brian Milton and co-pilot Keith Reynolds fly over Folkestone at the start of their round the world attempt in the aircraft, GT Global March 24. The two pilots took off from Headcorn aerodrome, accompanied by thirty others for the first leg only, in an aim to circumnavigate the globe in 80 days.

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March 24, 1998 
The microlight flown by British pilot Phil Good sits outside the window of the customs building into... 
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PHIL GOODS CRASHED MICROLIGHT SITS AT LE TOUQUET AIRPORT 
The microlight flown by British pilot Phil Good sits outside the window of the customs building into which it crashed at Le Touquet airport, March 24. Good, who had been accompanying two pilots on the first leg of an attempt to circumnavigate the world, was injured when his aircraft careered out of control on the aerodrome.

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March 24, 1998 
The microlight flown by British pilot Phil Good sits outside the window of the customs building into... 
United Kingdom 
PHIL GOODS CRASHED MICROLIGHT SITS AT LE TOUQUET AIRPORT 
The microlight flown by British pilot Phil Good sits outside the window of the customs building into which it crashed at Le Touquet airport, March 24. Good, who had been accompanying two pilots on the first leg of an attempt to circumnavigate the world, was injured when his aircraft careered out of control on the aerodrome.

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March 24, 1998 
Microlight pilot Phil Good poses for a group photo as part of a team of microlight pilots flying over... 
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MICROLIGHT PILOT PHIL GOOD POSES FOR A GROUP SHOT BEFORE CRASHING HIS AIRCRAFT 
Microlight pilot Phil Good poses for a group photo as part of a team of microlight pilots flying over the English Channel to mark the start of a Round the World attempt, March 24. Good was severely injured when his microlight craft careered out of control on the airdrome at Le Touquet airport.

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February 13, 1998 
British pilots Brian Milton (R) and Keith Reynolds (L) wave to photographers during a photocall after... 
British pilots Brian Milton (R) and Keith Reynolds (L) wave to photographers during a photocall afte..... 
British pilots Brian Milton (R) and Keith Reynolds (L) wave to photographers during a photocall after they landed with their Pegasus Quantum 912 microlight aircraft at Berlin's city airport Tempelhof February 13. Both pilots started a flight on February 9 in York to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the birthday of Germany's aviation pioneer Otto Lilienthal. Milton and Reynolds will leave London in March to start an around- the-world flight in eighty days, overflying 25 countries and covering a distance of 24,301 miles in 80 consecutive days. 
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