In a world-first, two British pilots will attempt to fly around the world in the iconic Spitfire.
Two British pilots will attempt to fly a newly restored original Spitfire around the globe for the first time.
You can watch their take in the video player, above.
They are expected to cover a distance of 43,000 kilometres and visit 30 countries.
The restored plane fought in WWII but has been de-militarised. The plane was stripped of its military paintwork to reveal a silvery metal underneath.
"It's the most majestic machine," pilot Steve Brooks told AFP.
"We're hoping to reacquaint people with the beauty and the aesthetic of the Spitfire."