(ANSA) – MODENA, MAY 19 – From Sassuolo, Modena, to Honningsvag, Norway, on a P 2004 Bravo powered ultralight. This is the feat that Roberto Baldini, 57, and his friend Loris Domenico Ferrari, 77, want to carry out at the end of the month. To bring the story back is the Resto del Carlino of Modena. The final objective of the two pilots was to land in Honningsvag and then reach the North Cape.
“At a certain age – explains Baldini – either you do certain things or you won’t do them anymore. They tell us we’re crazy, but that’s not the case – adds the pilot who has already made numerous similar trips in Italy and Europe, but never with distances of this type -. The greatest difficulty will be represented by crossing the Alps, then we will take breaks every two hours. In the evening on the day of departure – says Baldini – we should reach Stockholm, weather permitting. The goal is to get to Honningsvag for the next one “. The flight, whose one-way will cover 3,100 kilometers, is not excluded from the participation of another crew with a second ultralight. (HANDLE).
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