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NOW IT'S HISTORY
The First Scheduled Transatlantic Flight

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(Foto taken from NEWS plane by Costa: Krantz, pilot)
PREMIERE
First paying passenger flight to Europe was recorded yesterday when the Pan American Airways' Dixie Clipper took off from Port Washington, L. I., bound for Marseille, France. Airview above shows mammoth ship shortly after takeoff.
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Take-Off on First Regular Trans-Atlantic Passenger Service
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