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    Teen pilot Zara Rutherford landed in Seoul on Saturday from Russia, the first pit stop in Asia as she attempts to become the youngest woman to fly around the world solo. The 19-year-old British-Belgian departed from Kortrijk-Wevelgem Airport in August. That was the start of her 51,000-kilometre journey, which is to span five continents and 53 countries.

    Zara told Reporters waiting at the Gimpo International Airport that “it has been challenging,… I was stuck in Alaska because of visa and weather issues for a month and I was stuck in Russia for a month because of visa and weather issues… I was hoping to complete it by Christmas but I guess that’s not happening anymore, but it’s an adventure.”

    Rutherford planned to depart Monday as she expects to complete her total trip by mid-January. Rutherford explained “I’m seeing these places from the air and that is the most incredible thing… Although I’m not always allowed to go and visit, walk around and check out museums and restaurants, I can always see them from the air and it’s pretty incredible.”

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