Chinese woman flies solo around the world

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Chinese pilot Julie Wang's Cirrus Generation Three single-engine aircraft taxies to its designated parking space following her successful landing at the Clark International Airport on Wednesday from a 10-hour flight from Guam. Wang, a Palm Beach, Florida-based flight instructor, aims to be the first Chinese woman to do a solo circumnavigation of the world piloting a single-engine aircraft. The journey will cover at least 23,000 nautical miles mostly over oceans.
Chinese pilot Julie Wang’s Cirrus Generation Three single-engine aircraft taxies to its designated parking space following her successful landing at the Clark International Airport on Wednesday from a 10-hour flight from Guam. Wang, a Palm Beach, Florida-based flight instructor, aims to be the first Chinese woman to do a solo circumnavigation of the world piloting a single-engine aircraft. The journey will cover at least 23,000 nautical miles mostly over oceans.
Chinese pilot Julie Wang disembarks from her Cirrus Generation Three single-engine aircraft following her successful landing at the Clark International Airport on Wednesday from a 10-hour flight from Guam. Wang, a Palm Beach, Florida-based flight instructor, aims to be the first Chinese woman to do a solo circumnavigation of the world piloting a single-engine aircraft. The journey will cover at least 23,000 nautical miles mostly over oceans.
Chinese pilot Julie Wang disembarks from her Cirrus Generation Three single-engine aircraft following her
successful landing at the Clark International Airport on Wednesday from a 10-hour flight from
Guam. Wang, a Palm Beach, Florida-based flight instructor, aims to be the first Chinese woman to do a solo circumnavigation of the world piloting a single-engine aircraft. The journey will cover at least 23,000 nautical
miles mostly over oceans.
Julie Wang, a Chinese Palm Beach, Florida-based flight instructor and pilot, upon her arrival at the Clark International Airport on Wednesday after a 10-hour flight from Guam. Aboard a Cirrus Generation Three single-engine aircraft, Wang aims to be the first Chinese woman to do a solo circumnavigation of the world piloting a single-engine aircraft. The journey will cover at least 23,000 nautical miles mostly over oceans.
Julie Wang, a Chinese Palm Beach, Florida-based flight instructor and pilot, upon her arrival at the Clark
International Airport on Wednesday after a 10-hour flight from Guam. Aboard a Cirrus Generation
Three single-engine aircraft, Wang aims to be the first Chinese woman to do a solo circumnavigation of the world piloting a single-engine aircraft. The journey will cover at least 23,000 nautical miles mostly over oceans.

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