23-year-old pilot achieves his goal takes his mom and dad for their 1st ever flight

23-year-old pilot achieves his goal takes his mom and dad for their 1st ever flight

- A young man Kalenga Kamwendo has achieved his dreams of flying his parents

- The 23-year-old pilot celebrated his achievement after flying his parents for the first time

- Kamwendo also broke a record in 2015, when he became the youngest pilot in Zambia

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Achieving a goal or a longtime dream ia one of the best feelings in the world. It is fulfilling to realise that a longtime dream has finally come true and we bet that was how excited this young pilot was after he finally achieved his goal.

A 23-year-old Zambian pilot has taken to social media to celebrate achieving his dream of flying his parents. The young man identified as Kalenga Kamwendo shared a tweet celebrating his the achievement of longtime dream.

The excited pilot noted that he just flew his parents for the first time, adding that it was a longtime dream of his. He said: "A dream realised, I've FINALLY flown my parents, great day! ❤"

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NAIJ.com gathered that Kamwendo became the youngest pilot in Zambia at the age of 20 in 2015. The young man broke a record by achieving something that has never happened in Zambia.

He was hired as part of a Zambia's commitment to suppport youth and nutuire young local talent. Kamwendo was given a job on his 20th birthday in August 2015.

The young pilot was born in Kitwe. It was gathered that he became interested in avaition while he was in secondary school.

Kamwendo while talking about his first days as a pilot, stated that he was nervous and he was wearing his full uniform.

He said: "I was nervous; I didn’t even have the full uniform. I was flying to Kasama and had to be up at 4am”. But that’s all in the past now, there are tons of thrills, from something as simple as seeing a passenger happy, to the thrill of flying."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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