The aircraft that carried pilot John Alcock and navigator Arthur Whitten Brown from Newfoundland, in Canada, to Ireland, where it crash-landed near the town of Clifden. Photo: Wikimedia Commons
Adam Nebbs
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Travellers' Checks by Adam Nebbs

Remembering the world’s first transatlantic flight that crash-landed in Ireland 100 years ago

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The aircraft that carried pilot John Alcock and navigator Arthur Whitten Brown from Newfoundland, in Canada, to Ireland, where it crash-landed near the town of Clifden. Photo: Wikimedia Commons
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