AERONAUTICS: Flights & Flyers: Oct. 20, 1930

Trans-Atlantic. Capt. J. Errol Boyd (Canadian) and Lieut. Harry Connor, retired U. S. Navy flyer who with Roger Quincy Williams flew the old Bellanca-built Columbia non-stop from Long Island to Bermuda and back (TIME, July 7), last week flew the Columbia from Harbor Grace, Newfoundland, to Tresco, one of the Scilly islands, 25 mi. off Cornwall, England. Theirs was the fifth heavier-than-air crossing this year, the 26th in history. They spent the night in that Arthurian Land of Lyonnesse, then continued to Croyden, their real...

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