Longest 1-manned flight
It’s probably safe to say that there are very few people out there that enjoy flying. It may be even safer to say that there are even fewer people that enjoy it to the point of being able to be in the air for over 76 hours. Switzerland born Pilot Andre Borschberg is definitely not one of these aforementioned people, as he intentionally sought to break the world record for a solo endurance flight by flying the Solar Impulse solar-powered plane for a record of 76 hours and 45 minutes. Oh, did we mention that was just for the record? Andre went on to finish his flight up at 117 hours and 51 minutes, giving him the title of the "longest 1-man flight without refueling".