On this day in 1927, Charles Lindbergh landed in Paris in The Spirit of St Louis.

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It was the first solo, nonstop, transatlantic flight.

Can you imagine the anticipation he would have felt before the flight? Undeterred and determined, Charles continued on and achieved what he set out to do. We can all achieve results and the inspiration we can gain from people like Charles Lindbergh reminds us all that – WE CAN DO IT! 


Charles pictured with The Spirit of St Louis

  • Charles Lindbergh is recognized internationally as an aviator, author, inventor and explorer. He was an amazing leader and pioneer, in the development of commercial aviation in the USA.  Follow his journey from an early age, when he loved all things mechanical.  He also loved nature and took an active role in the preservation of the environment.  His adventurous and exploratory personality led him on many exciting journeys.  Charles led a heroic life and his acts of bravery are an inspiration to people from all walks of life.

His amazing story can be explored in Amazing Aviators.

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