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Forty Years of Flight
Description: Footage of Charles Lindbergh landing at Le Bourget on May 21, 1927 after completing the first solo, trans-continental flight and the 1967 Paris Air Show.
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Clip #: TFA-337B-5
Length: 4:44
Year: 1967
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1960s
Region: Europe
Country: France
Subject: Airplanes
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
1960s, airplanes, May 21, 1927, Charles Lindburgh completes first solo nonstop transatlantic flight, Lindburgh taking off from Roosevelt Field, Long Island and landing at Le Bourget Airport, Paris, Lindburgh waving to crowds, Lindburgh landing Spirit of St. Louis flanked by onlookers, “Spirit of St. Louis” replica aircraft, 1967 Paris Air Show, 27th Paris International Air Show, President Charles de Gaulle visiting exhibits, De Gaulle looking at reproduction of the Concorde, satellites in French Pavilion, U.S. Pavilion, Apollo space capsule, De Gaulle visiting U.S. Pavilion and meeting American astronauts David Scott and Michael Collins, rockets in Russian Pavilion including Proton and Vostok rockets, helicopters from Russian, U.S. and France, various large and small planes, private and military use planes, Franco-British Jaguar, Swedish trainer Saab 105, U.S. Air Force F-111, Dassault Mirage III G, cargo planes, Franco-German Transall taking off

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