Flight of the Aviator
Travel back in time with me to May 20, 1927. It was a rainy morning in New York and a young Aviator was about o make History. At 7:25 am Charles Lindbergh took to the sky in the Spirit of Saint Louis... He was attempting the be the first man to fly a solo nonstop flight across the Atlantic. 33 ½ hours later he accomplished his task by landing in Paris. This feat turned him into an international celebrity and helped pave the way for commercial aviation.