Peggy McAlpine regained her title as world's oldest paraglider after a 101-year-old American snatched the honor from her last year.
McAlpine, now 104 went paragliding on April 14 to regain her title from Mary Allen Hardison, who lives in Utah.
Guinness experts have yet to officially confirm that McAlpine is the oldest centenarian to go paragliding.
Video of the event showed McAlpine positively gleeful about her experience.
I enjoyed every minute of it, she told the U.K.'s Sunday Express. It was better than the last time. I would certainly like to do it again - especially if anyone takes my record.
McAlpine, who uses a wheelchair in everyday life, celebrated her feat with a glass of Champagne.
McAlpine first broke the record in 2007 when she was 100.
The Scottish woman went paragliding from a 2,400 foot peak in northern Cyprus, where she has been living since 2004. She said she has always love d heights since she was a child, yet she didn't try such sports until she was 80. Her grandchildren encouraged her to go bungee jumping.
I climbed to the top and looked down and saw the people like ants and my heart sank. But I'd gone so far, I couldn't stop. So I stepped on the platform and drew up my courage and leaped from the top, she said to the U.K.'s Sunday Express about her bungee jumping experience.
Her daughter, Elizabeth Forsyth, 75, said she would try to keep her mom on the ground for as long as possible.
She said after the first world record that she'd do it again in five years' time. If that American lady hadn't beaten her record maybe we could have kept her on the ground but that was not to be. She was delighted to claim the record back and said she might do it again in six months' time but I don't think we'll let her, Forsyth said to the Sunday Express.
Angela Gokasan of the paragliding company Highline Air Tours said McAlpine and her pilot Ozgur Gokasan were gliding above the clouds and landed to a crowd of family, friends, and the three witnesses required by the Guinness World Records.
We are over the moon to have flown her again. The stress was all worth it having seen her and Ozgur's faces after landing. She is such an amazing woman, said Gokasan.