Czech Season at North Pole

L-200 Morava the first model flew in 1957 Czech flying polar expedition has come back home, after successfully getting to the North pole by the historic airplane L-200 Morava with Petr Bold and Richard Santus. On its way, it parked on an iceberg by the Russian base Barneo. The L-200 Morava airplane has two propeller machines, and its first model flew in 1957.

Right now, other two expeditions are heading there, both by foot. A member of one of these groups is Miluse Netolicka, who could become the first Czech lady on the Pole. The group is struggling because of very strong wind, -40 frost, and also the so. called negative drift, which means, the ice they are on moves in opposite direction than they are going.