MONROE, LA (KSLA) - Mason Andrews left Monroe, Louisiana on a mission just under 2 weeks ago and he has already broken one record.
Andrews is officially the youngest solo pilot to fly across the Atlantic Ocean.
He's not done yet, the ultimate goal is to be the youngest pilot to fly solo around the world. Not only that, he is doing this whole journey to raise awareness and funds for MedCamps — a camp tailored for children with disabilities or illnesses.
So far, he has stopped in Wisconsin, Canada, New York, Newfoundland, Santa Maria Island, and Paris, France.
He has 14 more stops in 8 countries left before breaking another record. So far, the weather has diverted his route slightly, so the cities listed may not be exactly where he lands.
Here is a map of his stops across the world:
(Credit: Google Maps)
Andrews has been documenting his journey on his Instagram. In his latest post, he expresses how exciting it was to break one world record.