Charles Lindbergh

Charles Linburgh

On May 20th, 1927, Charles Lindbergh completed the longest flight; flying from New York to Paris. The entire flight was 3137 nautical miles long, and lasted 33 and a half hours. Lindbergh completed this flight in his monoplane named the Spirit of St. Louis. Upon his arrival in Paris, a group of over 100,000 people had gathered to see the man and the plane that just completed the longest continuous flight.

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