As part of Aviation Week & Space Technology's special centennial issue, we asked Emirates Airline President Tim Clark what commercial aviation developments he expects will occur in the next 100 years. The world’s first commercial flight took off in Florida on Jan. 1, 1914, just two years before the first issue of Aviation Week was published. That bi-wing flying boat carried one paying passenger 21 mi. from St. Petersburg across the bay to Tampa, ...


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