Wilton Little, 90, has spent more than 3% of his life suspended above it in one plane or another. That translates to 24,000 hours in the air, 1,000 entire days, or nearly 3 years. Wilton made his first solo flight at the age of 15 after only 4 hours of training and hasn’t stopped since. Recently the Federal Aviation Administration gave Wilton Little its Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award for minimum of 50 years of safe flying. To read the full article on Wilton Little, click here.