Lindbergh Crosses the Atlantic
 

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Lindbergh Crosses the Atlantic
On May 27, Charles Lindbergh arrived in Paris after completing the first non-stop flight between New York and Paris. The flight was 3,600 miles long and took Lindbergh 33 and a half hours. Lindbergh received a prize of $25,000 for his feat.