90 Years Ago In Aviation Week: Charles Lindbergh's Flight

90 YEARS AGO IN AVIATION WEEK In January, 1927, Capt. Charles Lindbergh sent a telegram to this magazine asking about the terms of the Raymond Orteig prize. The prize, proffered in 1919, offered $25,000 for the first nonstop aircraft flight between New York and Paris. “Thus, four months ago, began...

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