'It's been ... challenging, but so amazing at the same time.'
In five months, Zara Rutherford flew over 40 countries and five continents.
"Zara's first flight in a very small airplane, was when she was three or four months old. … And frequently, she'd be given the opportunity to sit in the front, to start with, of course, on about six cushions to be able to manipulate the controls and move the aircraft around," Sam Rutherford, Zara's father and a former army helicopter pilot, told ABC News.
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