Street date: 20th November
Fly from frozen pole to frozen pole in a challenging odyssey that tests your flying skills to the limit in this much awaited sequel to the bestselling "Around The World in 80 Flights". Experience the planet as you have never seen it before as you head south from the most desolate wilderness on Earth. Fly over vast unpopulated tracts of Canada. Relive the gold rush in the Yukon and fly from cosmopolitan Vancouver into the continental United States.
The route continues with a very special traversal of the USA showcasing some of the finest scenery and trickiest airport approaches in the world. Head out across the tropical paradise of the Caribbean and make landfall for a once in a lifetime opportunity to explore South America. The majesty of the Andes, the awe-inspiring Amazon basin and the carnival city of Rio De Janeiro all pass below the wings of your aircraft as you track ever southwards. Follow in the footsteps of the great explorers as you endeavour to conquer the ravages of Mother Nature and to reach the South Pole.
Hardy adventurers are invited to undertake this epic quest with an integral detailed recreation of the Aero Commander 680, one of the few aircraft able to withstand the punishing schedule and the blizzards at the polar ice caps. Complete with a range of liveries including a custom Polar challenge paint scheme, the Aero Commander will be your constant companion as you traverse 20,000 miles across the surface of the planet.
Each of the flight legs can be flown individually or consecutively and are comprehensively detailed, with a flight plan, pilots notes, full briefing and a guide to many of the wonders of the world that unfold before your eyes in this adventure of a lifetime!
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