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100th Anniversary Marked for First International Passenger Flight.

Perhaps it's an anniversary only the industry and aviation geeks can appreciate, but it's significant nonetheless.

Some 100 years ago today, Sunday, Aug. 25 1919, the first scheduled international passenger flight took and landed safely. It was a fledgling moment, coming just 16 years after the Wright Brothers flew their first test flight on a North Carolina beach. This was as equally primitive.

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Date:Aug 25, 2019
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