Share 'Douglas-Hamilton's grandson retraces first Everest flight'
The grandson of one of the first men to fly over Mount Everest has commemorated the historic feat 80 years on.
Charles Douglas-Hamilton flew to the world's highest peak as a passenger in a modern Jetstream 41 Turboprop.
In 1933, his grandfather Douglas and fellow pilot David Fowler MacIntyre had to contend with freezing temperatures and cracked oxygen pipes.
You can share this blog post in two ways…
Share this link:
Send it with your computer's email program: Email this