Rose Powell, 9, told ITV News that she and her wingwalking partner Flame Brewer were "mostly screaming and waving" during their record-breaking stunt.
"And we did a little Superwoman pose," she added.
The youngster emphasised that the most important part of their challenge was raising awareness for a muscular dystrophy charity.
"The charity supporting it is called Duchenne Children's Trust and their aim is to end Duchenne in 10 years as it's fatal."
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