While it is still a very dynamic situation, we know a rough idea of where our journey will take us.

PLanned stops

This is not an exhaustive list of our stops. These pages will provide some insight on the start and end points of each section of the journey. This may change frequently as interesting areas are discovered or external factors force us in a different direction.

First Flight (KFFA)

Located in North Carolina. KFFA is the home of the Wright brothers and a symbolic start to our journey around the world. Departing from the beautiful Atlantic coast we will work our way up to Canada and Greenland for the journey across the ocean.

Departing KFFA

1.Island Airport (WV08)

A privately owned 1800ft grass runway in the middle of the Chesapeake river. 10NM from Yeager Airport.

Route: KKFA - WV08


Bangor is a borough located in Northampton County, Pennsylvania, 32 miles (51 km) north of Allentown, in the Lehigh Valley region of Pennsylvania, United States.

Route: WV08 - KCRW(fuel) - 2WV3 - KPKB - 7G1 - 85PA - PS06 - 55PA - 49PA

3.Provincetown (KPVC )

Opened in 1940, this public airport is located at the end of Cape Cod, two miles (3 km) northwest of the central business district of Provincetown, in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, United States. This airport is operated by the Town of Provincetown on land leased from the U.S. National Park Service. Has a 3502ft asphalt runway.

Route: 49PA - KSMQ(Fuel) - EMPYR - SPATE - DECKR - ZABKI - 23N - KPVD - 28M - KGHG - KPVC(Fuel)

4.Clementsport (CCB6)

Clementsport(Maplecove Airpark) is a community in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, located in Annapolis County.Formerly an industrial town, Clementsport was the site of extensive wooden shipbuilding, and had an iron smelting factory and dockworks at the mouth of the Moose River.


5.Stephenville (CYJT)

The town functions as a local service center for the southwestern part of the island, serving a direct population of 35,000 people from surrounding areas and over 100,000 people along the entire southwestern coast of the island. The asphalt runway is just over 10,000ft long.

Route: CCB6 - CHL2 - NS01 - CCQ3(Fuel) - CYYG - CYGR - CYJT - NL01

6.Goose Bay (CYYR)

Canadian Forces Base Goose Bay located in the municipality of Happy Valley-Goose Bay. The airfield at CFB Goose Bay is also used by civilian aircraft, with civilian operations at the base referring to the facility as Goose Bay Airport. The airport is classified as an airport of entry by Nav Canada and is staffed by the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA). Two available runways. at 11051ft and 9580ft.

Route: CYJT (Fuel) - NL01 - CCM4 - CYIF - CYYR

7.Narsarsuaq (BGBW )

Along with Kangerlussuaq Airport, it is one of two airports in Greenland capable of serving large airliners. It is also the only international airport in southern Greenland.

Route: CYYR (Fuel) - BGBW

8. Kulusuk (BGKK)

The airstrip was built by the US defense in 1956, in order to support a Distant Early Warning Line station. The defense station was closed in 1991. Like some other airports in Greenland it was not built at a location suitable for civilian travel

Route: BGBW(Fuel) - BGKK

9. Reykjavik (BIRK)

The first flight from the airport area was 3 September 1919, with the takeoff of an Avro 504, the first airplane in Iceland. Has two available runways.

Route: BGKK(Fuel) - BIRK