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Jonathan Trappe is apparently a big fan of Pixar's 2009 animated movie, "Up." Particularly the scene where Carl, a crotchety 78-year-old man, ties a couple hundred balloons to his house and goes on an extensive airborne adventure. Lots of people enjoyed ...
The Huffington Post · 11/20/2012
Jonathan Trappe, 39, did not allow heavy fog to put him off his nail ... but local storms around Maine threatened to destroy the cluster balloon system and forced Trappe to stay grounded. Trappe, an IT technical project manager from Raleigh, North Carolina ...
Daily Mail · 9/12/2013
Balloonist abandons effort over Newfoundland Jonathan Trappe soars in his bid to become the first man to cross the Atlantic in a balloon cluster system. Photograph: Paul Cyr / Barcroft USA Paul Cyr / Barcroft USA/Paul Cyr / Barcroft USA An American …
theguardian.com · 9/13/2013
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American aviator Jonathan Trappe looked like a familiar sight when he began a record-breaking flight on Thursday, floating across the Atlantic while suspended from 370 helium-filled balloons. The 39-year-old IT project manager and cluster ballooning ...
Global Post · 9/14/2013
Sir Richard Branson has sent his commiserations to fellow balloon adventurer Jonathan Trappe who was forced to stop his bid to cross the Atlantic using helium balloons after a technical fault. It appears Jonathan Trappe's Atlantic balloon crossing has been ...
ITV · 9/13/2013
A balloon cluster carrying Jonathan Trappe lifts off from Caribou, Maine, Sept. 12, 2013. (Photo: Mark McBreairty, AP) CARIBOU, Maine (AP) — A U.S. balloonist who was trying to cross the Atlantic Ocean using hundreds of helium-filled balloons has landed ...
USA Today · 9/13/2013
Instead of using a conventional hot-air balloon, Jonathan Trappe lifted off using more than 300 helium-filled balloons, like those used in the animated movie. Trappe's goal is to float across the ocean. "The Atlantic Ocean has been crossed many times ...
CBC · 9/13/2013
Meet Jonathan Trappe. Trappe is an IT manager by career; by calling, however, he is an adventurer. And a flight enthusiast. And one of the few people in the world who can fairly be called a "cluster balloon specialist." Trappe, you see, is an expert in ...
Yahoo Finance · 9/14/2013
American balloonist Jonathan Trappe is attempting to soar into the history books and become the first person to cross the Atlantic Ocean using only cluster balloons. Trappe took to the skies today in the early-morning fog of Caribou, Maine, under a canopy ...
ABC News · ByBen Waldron · 9/12/2013
30 p.m. Few details are available on what cut Jonathan Trappe’s cluster balloon flight short, but according to a post he made on his Facebook page he is in a remote location. “Landed safe, at an alternate location. Remote,” Trappe posted around 7:45 ...
Canada Journal · 11/15/2013