Celebrating the First Trans-Atlantic Flight. No, It Wasn’t Lindbergh’s. – The New York Times

A Navy seaplane flew from Queens to the Azores in 1919, eight years before the Spirit of St. Louis. It took three weeks. It was not nonstop.

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