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The History of Aviation


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1965 Qantas Flies Cross Pacific

Flying a Boeing 707-330B Qantas Airlines flew the first non-stop trans-Pacific flight on March 7th, 1965. The flight originated in Sydney and arrived in San Franciso 14 hours and 33 minutes later. The flight covered a distance of 7,424 miles.

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