U.S. NAVY: CURTISS FLYING BOAT NC-4 An Account of the First Transatlantic Flight


The NC-4 flying boat was the first not non-stop aircraft to fly across the Atlantic Ocean in 1919. The feat of making the first transatlantic flight was somewhat eclipsed shortly afterward by the first non-stop transatlantic flight by John Alcock and Arthur Whitten Brown in a Vickers Vimy biplane. This interesting title has numerous photos of the NC-4 and its predecessors, along with a detailed scale drawing.

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