Eppo Numan, Transatlantic flight

Eppo Numan piloted a transatlantic flight on an ultralight airplane. He departed in June 1989 from Netherlands, in the Eppo Windmaster (basically a lightweight hang glider with an 80-horsepower motor) although there were many delays he finally landed in New York, NY, USA, in August 1990. Numans reason for the flight was to publicize concern for the world’s environment.

Date:
      August, 1990
Name(s):
      Eppo Numan
Occupation:
      Dutch Artist and Restaurateur
Craft:
      Eppo Windmaster


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