Moments & Milestones: The Greatest Great Circle
- By Stuart Nixon
- Air & Space magazine, May 2002
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•Pilots must hold an FAI Sporting License.
Pilots flying east or west must travel at least 27,000 kilometers (16,777 miles) and cross all meridians. Pilots flying a polar route must travel at least 34,000 kilometers (21,127 miles) and cross the equator at two points separated by at least 90 degrees.