Six hours and three refueling stops later, Arthur makes it north of the border for his greatest flying challenge: the mountains, lochs and sea of West Scotland. From landing a sea plane on Britain's largest lake, to finding a plane wreck off the coast of Oban, this is a dramatic journey that takes Arthur all the way to the only landing spot on the Isle of Mull.
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