Charles A. Lindbergh

An American Hero

Adventure over the Atlantic

On May 21, 1927, a young aviator, Charles A. Lindbergh landed in Le Bourget near Paris after a 33 1/2 hour flight from long island, NY in the Spirit of St. Lois. This is the longest solo flight ever made in the world so far at 3,500 miles nonstop.
Charles A. Lindbergh introduced an era of exploration and opportunity where people started believing anything was possible. he used his fame to promote the aviation industry during his tour he influenced many young that give back to the aviation.