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Aircraft and record. FAI: ninety years ago, the Hunter brothers spent 23 days in flight without landing
John and Kenneth were the pilots, while Albert and Walter worked as the refuelling crew
FAI (the World Air Sports Federation) communicates that ninety years ago on 11 June 1930, the four Hunter brothers began their journey to break the world record for Duration in an airplane with a flight that was to last an incredible 23 days.The roles of the brothers were defined as follows: John and Kenneth were the pilots of record plane the City of Chicago, while Albert and Walter worked as the...
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