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Man Flies From London to Sydney Proving the Blind Can Have Fun Too

By: Rose A. Valenta - Published: Apr 30, 2007 • References: cbsnews
A 58-year-old blind pilot from the UK, Miles Hilton-Barber, completed his dream of a lifetime, a 13,500 flight from London to Sydney, Australia, braving severe weather conditions. He flew a Microlight aircraft that resembles a hang-glider/tricycle. It was equipped with specialized navigational information, which enabled the success of the flight.

This story proves that one can accomplish anything, given the right motivation.

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