UK: Teenage pilot 'Zara' became the youngest woman to travel the world alone

Friday, January 21, 2022

Zara Rutherford, a young British pilot of Belgian descent, became the youngest woman to travel the world alone.

According to the BBC, 19-year-old Zara Rutherford's journey began on 18 August 2021 in Cortridge, Belgium and ended on 20 January 2022, during which time she traveled to 5 continents in which she covered more than 60. Also did a bar stop.

Zara said he was happy to have completed the 32,000-mile flight.

He said that the journey was to be completed in three months but bad weather created some difficulties in the journey which caused delay.

She added that the most difficult part of the trip was to cross Siberia because it was a very cold region.

She said she wanted to tell people about her experiences. And something unique in life,

Insisted on doing something different.

Zara's parents are both pilots, while Zara advises other girls to pursue careers (science, technology, engineering and math).

In addition to being the youngest woman to complete the challenge, Zara is the first woman to travel around the world in a microwave and the first Belgian citizen to fly around the world alone by air.

It should be noted that before this, the youngest woman to travel alone in the world was American Shaista Wise, who was 30 years old at the time of her challenge in 2017.

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