World-breaking British helicopter pilots Jennifer Murray and Colin Bodill were at the show yesterday.
The dynamic duo recently completed a new world record circumnavigation of the globe via the North and South Poles in a bright red Bell 407. Murray described the North Pole leg of the journey as "terrifying in parts".

The achievement is particularly important for the pair, who both sustained serious injuries in 2003, when an attempt to achieve the same feat ended with a crash in whiteout conditions two days after reaching the South Pole.

Despite their previous trauma, Murray and Bodill were determined to complete the challenge this time round. The expedition took 175 days, covered over 36,000nm and involved 120 stopovers in 32 countries.

Source: Flight Daily News