News ID: 314680
Published: 0749 GMT July 11, 2021

Indian girl, 6, identifies 93 airlines in one minute for world record

Indian girl, 6, identifies 93 airlines in one minute for world record
UPI

A 6-year-old girl in India unofficially broke a Guinness World Record by identifying 93 airlines by the designs on the tails of their planes in one minute.

Aarna Gupta, 6, of Panchkula, Haryana, identified the airlines, earning a spot in the International Book of Records on July 1 and unofficially breaking a Guinness World Record, according to UPI.

Neha Gupta, the girl's mother, said she saw her daughter's unusually powerful memory at a young age.

"We noticed that her memory is sharp and she is skilled so we thought of encouraging her more so she could achieve something bigger," Neha Gupta told ANI News.

Evidence from the girl's record attempt still must be approved by Guinness officials. The record-keeping organization currently lists the record at 39, which was set by 12-year-old Siddhant Gumber in November 2020.

 

   
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