LONDON, June 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Matt Guthmiller, the MIT student seeking to break the current Guinness World RecordTM for youngest solo pilot to circumnavigate the globe in a journey named Limitless Horizons, has successfully crossed the Atlantic Ocean and arrived in London. He is available for interviews on the following dates/locations (either at airports or in each city), to discuss what put him on this path and why he's chosen to raise funds for Code.org®, a 501c3 charity "devoted to expanding access to computer science," particularly in underserved areas.
London Biggin Hill Airport, United Kingdom: June 10, taking off June 11
Rome Ciampino (LIRA/CIA), Rome, Italy: June 12-13, taking off June 14
Athens International (Eleftherios Venizelos), Athens, Greece: June 16-17, taking off June 18
6th of October Airport, Cairo, Egypt: June 19-20, taking off June 21
Al Bateen Executive International, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates: June 23-24, taking off June 26
Please contact Matt's media representatives at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange interviews.
For additional information, including the benefits of sponsorship, please visit www.limitless-horizons.org. Follow Matt's exciting journey on his blog, Out of the Blue; and join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter @LimitlessHz.
About Limitless Horizons
Limitless Horizons™ , Matt Guthmiller's record breaking journey, is a non-profit organization created to support Matt's bid to become the youngest person ever to circumnavigate the globe on a solo flight, and to provide aid to Matt's chosen charity, Code.org®. The Limitless Horizons mission: to break the current Guinness World RecordTM, promote computer literacy, and inspire others to attempt feats of similar magnitude.
SOURCE Limitless Horizons