The Global Flyer will ride again. General
reports that Steve Fossett will fly the Global Flyer again. This time he plans to set a record for the
longest non-stop flight of an airplane. He will take off from NASA's Kennedy Space Center and then fly around the world
and then across the Atlantic a second time. Unfortunately, the Global Flyer recently was damaged during refueling
. The wing tip struck the
fuel tank truck and there is damage to the wing, necessitating a repair. The "Ultimate Flight" was expected
to take place in February but may get pushed back.