Limitless Horizons Crosses the Pond in Quest for Record for Youngest Solo Flight around the World

19 year-old Matt Guthmiller Available for Interviews in London, Rome, Athens, Cairo and Abu Dhabi

LONDON, June 9, 2014 / PRNewswire / Asianet-Pakisan – Matt Guthmiller, the MIT student seeking to break the current Guinness World Record™ 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®, 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 to arrange interviews.

For additional information, including the benefits of sponsorship, please visit 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,®. The Limitless Horizons mission: to break the current Guinness World Record™, promote computer literacy, and inspire others to attempt feats of similar magnitude.

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