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Nov 30, 2021

[Answer] Where did the first transatlantic flight land?

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...1. Galway, Ireland 2. Cape Town, South Africa 3. Buffalo, New York 4. Savannah, Georgia

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Galway, Ireland - On December 17, 1903, the Wright Brothers famously took flight for the first time, but it would be just 16 years until two English aviators — William Alcock and Arthur Brown — completed the first successful transatlantic crossing by airplane in 1919. (Charles Lindbergh completed the first solo transatlantic flight eight years later.) The aviators took off from Newfoundland for the harrowing 16-hour journey in an open-cockpit bi-plane and landed in a bog in Galway in western Ireland. When they landed, they misjudged the ground — mistaking the bog for a flat field. The plane sank nose down into the muck. Marking the spot today is a strange white egg-shaped cairn, which you can visit today.:

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