First pilot to fly to both poles talks about career

04/18/2014 | Smith Mountain Eagle (Wirtz, Va.)

Art Mortvedt earned his pilot's license and bought his first plane in the early 1980s. Flying his orange airplane nicknamed "The Polar Pumpkin," Mortvedt is credited as the first pilot to fly a single-engine airplane to both the North and South Poles. He recently spoke about his career to the Smith Mountain Lake Pilots Club in Virginia.

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