100 Years Of Commercial Airline Technology

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On a bright New Year’s Day morning in 1914, an enthusiastic crowd that had gathered at the yacht basin in St. Petersburg, Florida, cheered with delight as a fragile-looking Benoist XIV floatplane left the water and pointed its blunt nose in the direction of nearby Tampa. Squeezed into the tiny...

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