James Asquith visited all 196 countries in the world at the young age of 24. He was born on December 30, 1988. He started traveling five years ago when he was still a student at a university.
Asquith likes meeting new people and going to unusual places off the traditional tourist trails. Amongst his favorite places to visit are Iran and the United States.
Shahzeb Khan constructed a paper airplane from a magazine page in 5.46 seconds.
David H. constructed and launched a paper airplane in 5.24 seconds.
Reto S. built a paper airplane that measures 1.4mm (1/18") in length.
Members of iD Tech Camps in UC San Diego stuck 53 paper airplanes in the hair of one person.
Clint Poore and three Southwest Airlines flight attendants said "We love Southwest Airlines" at once in front of a Southwest Airlines plane. They set a record shortly after a landing in Denver, Colorado.
Tommy Heslep prevented two airplanes from taking off for one minute, 15.53 seconds; a total of 816 pounds of pressure pulled his hands during the attempt. He set the record to raise funds for D.A.R.E.
Russel Stokely constructs and launches seven paper airplanes in one
minute, a new world record. He used standard construction paper to build
Stokely set the record on March 19, 2009 at his home in Austin, Texas.
Lauren Jane Slade was present to document the record and count the
VTKlustrum read all 39 locations JetBlue flies to nonstop out of Boston in 13.31 seconds.
Ladies and Gentleman, JetBlue Airways welcomes you to BOSTON. The local
time is 12:15. The weather is partly cloudy and 71 degrees. Please keep
your seatbelt fastened and carry-on items stowed until the seatbelt sign
is turned off. Be careful when opening overhead bins, as those items
tend to move during flight. If this is your final destination on
JetBlue, your checked baggage may be claimed at carousel number 3. If
you have a bag tag that says ldquo;CLAIM AT GATE,rdquo; you may claim
those items outside the front aircraft door. For those Customers needing
special assistance deplaning the aircraft, please remain comfortably
seated once we arrive at the gate so we may better assist you. At this
time, you are welcome to use your cell phone if it is readily
accessible. Also, our crewmembers would appreciate it if each passenger
could take their personal belongings with them as they deplane. These
items include, but are not limited to: books, magazines, small pieces of
wood, plastic trumpets and, of course, fog machines. Wersquo;d also like
to mention that our pilots will be at the front of the plane. Be sure to
give them a high five and shout your favorite catchphrase from
television sitcoms of the rsquo;70s and rsquo;80s as you pass by. Our
personal favorite is ldquo;DYNOMITE!rdquo; but really itrsquo;s entirely
up to you. Once again, thank you for flying JetBlue. We look forward to
serving you again in the future. Have a great day. Watch your step. And
Members of the Young Adult Oncology Group pulled a plane 15 feet in
5.19 seconds. They performed this feat to raise money for cancer
Roald Bradstock threw a paper airplane made from a dollar bill a
distance of 28.83 feet (346 inches). He performed this feat during a
stop on the RecordSetter book tour.
Bradstockset the record at The Highland Inn in Atlanta during a
RecordSetter LIVE! event. RecordSetter Council president Dan Rollman and
co-founder Corey Henderson presided over the attempt.
Shiran Amin became a private pilot at the age of 16 years, two months and 29 days.
Stephen Goldblatt engages in 12 instant message chats while flying on a
plane, a new world record. He achieved the feat while flying from
JFK to LAX on a Virgin America flight.
The record was set on March 26, 2009. At the moment of documentation,
Goldblatt was moving 605 miles an hour, 36,215 feet above Albequerque,
Kyla Dae Curry flew around the world at the age of six months, a new
Her trip began on December 21, 2005 in Seoul, South Korea. She flew to
Houston, Texas, Dallas, Texas and London, England before finally
returning to Seoul on January 13, 2006. Bobbie Williams accompanied her
on the entire journey.
Stevey Bright and her friends constructed and flew a paper airplane six feet in length.
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