Young Pilot Overcomes Odds to Attempt Record-Breaking Trip Around Country
1.9k views | By Senne Vandenputte | Last updated on June 19, 2022
“Building the plane itself wasn’t the hard part of it. The hardest part is keeping motivated through the entire process and absolutely not taking no for an answer.”
What would your life look like if you lived true to yourself? If you lived for a greater purpose? What would it look like to live a fulfilling life?
The Crazy Ones is a series by YouTube channel Jubilee that explores these questions and follows individuals who had the courage to find the answers.
In this episode we meet Kyle Fosso, who will soon become the youngest pilot in history to fly his own restored plane to the 50 United States.
You can learn more about Kyle Fosso on his Facebook and Instagram or support him on Patreon.
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About the author
As a 27-year-old digital entrepreneur, glider pilot, private pilot and tow plane pilot, Senne is passionate about aviation. He started gliding at age 14 and flew his first solo in a glider at 15. After getting his PPL about 10 years later, he mostly spends his weekends towing gliders into the air. When not flying, he runs his marketing & web design business, fun projects like Hangar.Flights, scuba diving, traveling and enjoying the outdoors.