Following his famous transatlantic flight in 1927, Charles Lindbergh focused on promoting the development of aviation, particularly commercial aviation. Lindbergh wrote, "America has found her wings, but she must yet learn to use them." In many ways, Lindbergh's many ideas became the standard for aviation in the United States and, around the world.
On Jul 7, 1929, Transcontinental Air Transport inaugurated its first 48-hour coast-to-coast passenger transportation service, with Col. Lindbergh acting as pilot and his wife, Anne, acting as unofficial hostess.
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