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  • Lindbergh’s Final Landing in St. Louis

    lindberghIn 1926, Charles Lindbergh compelled a group of local St. Louis businessmen into hoping they could see his vision for commercial aviation and prove the achievability of current modern aircraft. “First, I’ll show them how a non-stop flight between America and Europe will demonstrate the possibilities of aircraft, and help place St. Louis in the foreground of aviation,” Lindbergh said. “Second, I’ll show them that a modern airplane is capable of making the flight to Paris, and that a successful flight will cover its own costs.” Because of the support from the St. Louis backers, Lindbergh was given the freedom to pursue his dream of crossing the Atlantic in a single-engine monoplane with a single pilot, a more sound and ultimately successful way to make history.

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