French aviator who broke a global record by traveling seven passengers in his experimental airplane the Blériot XIII. Per month afterwards, he got eight, 11, and 13 people on the airplane. He was an easy learner and by age group nineteen, got graduated in one of France’s most renowned engineering institutions, École Nationale Supérieure d’Arts et Métiers. He under no circumstances received the opportunity to broaden his legacy because he crashed his airplane and was wiped out during his initial competitive trip. He was the boy of the blacksmith and grew up within a commune in southwestern France. He and “Small Prince” writer Antoine de SaintExupery had been both French aviators.