Hot-air Heaven

A two-man team made up of a Russian and American pilot has just broken a record by flying their hot air balloon, the Two Eagles, across the Pacific Ocean. The balloonists, Troy Bradley and Leonid Tiukhtyaev, stayed aloft for 16 hours and 37 minutes. They departed Saga, Japan and landed in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, traveling 6646 miles (10,696 km). Would you like to try hot-air ballooning? Check out these titles:
Around the World in 20 Days: the Story of Our History-Making Balloon Flight by Bertrand Piccard. Around the World in 20 Days : the Story of Our History-making Balloon Flight
Riding the Jetstream Riding the Jetstream: The Story of Ballooning, from Montgolfier to Breitling by John Christopher.
Falling Upwards: How We Took to the Air by Richard Holmes. Falling Upwards
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