Harry R. Anderson is a Ph.D. engineer/entrepreneur who has created businesses that develop software tools for designing and optimizing wireless networks. With his flight to Antarctica in 2014, he became only the fifth person to fly solo in a single-engine aircraft to all seven continents. Over four decades he has traveled to more than 70 countries, hitchhiked across Africa, worked on four continents, and lived in England and France. He resides on Bainbridge Island in the Pacific Northwest. Dr. Anderson is also the author of Fixed Broadband Wireless System Design (John Wiley, 2003)
FLYING 7 CONTINENTS SOLO is the fascinating account of a pilot flying alone across the world in a small single-engine airplane to achieve the rare goal of landing on all seven continents. This book will appeal to pilots and anyone interested in international travel from a unique perspective - the cockpit of a small plane.