MIT Teen endeavoring to fly around the world solo landed India.
Matt Guthmiller aged 19, a student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) attempting to become the youngest person ever to fly around the world solo reached Nagpur on Thursday, more than a month into his aerial odyssey.
He will be covering 29,000 miles (46,700 km) during his month-long journey, making 25 stops across 14 countries.
Using a single-engined Beechcraft A36 Bonanza aircraft, he hopes to set a Guinness World Record by landing on July 8 in California, when he will be 16 days younger than Ryan Campbell of Australia, the current record holder.
Ryan Campbell was 19 years, seven months, and 25 days old when he arrived south of Sydney in 2013.
His next stops are Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, the Philippines, Australia and Samoa.