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Letter From An Airline Pilot

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Uploaded on Jul 27, 2009

(Film audio out of sync) Vintage film showing the inside workings of an airline. Few cuts in the beginning but cleans up. It features a TWA Constellation named Star of Paris (N86511) which on February 5, 1946, inaugurated the first scheduled commercial air service across the Atlantic. The first flight from Washington D.C. to Paris, Charles De Gaulle airport was fourteen hours, 48 minutes.

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