1928 TRANSATLANTIC FLIGHT OF THE BREMEN AIRCRAFT 1928 70742
Junkers W 33 Bremen - first flight westward over the atlantic ocean
Detroit Greets Bremen Fliers and Junkers W33
Aviators Günther von Hünefeld, Hermann Köhl, and James Fitzmaurice flew from Dublin to Greenly Island in the Strait of Belle Isle, missing their intended destination, New York. They used Junkers W 33 aircraft named Bremen. Flying across the Atlantic Ocean from East to West is more is more difficult because of the prevailing winds.
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