What really happens to our bodies when we fly
Whilst amazing technological advances over the last century has made air travel for 12+ hours at a time possible, life for us humans travelling at
We're excited, flabbergasted, chuffed, proud, and immensely happy to announce that aviation legend Ademilola Odujinrim (affectionately known as 'Lola') will be guest-blogging for us over the upcoming months!
On the odd chance that you haven't heard of Lola's story (where have you been!?) here's a quick summary:
Piloting a Cirrus SR22, in 2016 Lola became the first African pilot in history to fly solo around the world.
Setting off from Washington DC, Lola stopped in 15 countries across 5 continents before returning to DC six months later where his journey began.
Of course, there's more to Lola's story than the facts and figures listed above.
But we don't want to give too much away, afterall - Lola will be telling the story of his journey in his allocated blogs.
It really isn't to be missed.
Keep posted for his first update.