A three-engine Fokker F.VII chartered by Van Lear Black.
Adam Nebbs
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Travellers' Checks by Adam Nebbs

Van Lear Black, the man who proved the potential for long-haul passenger flights

When he landed in Hong Kong, on a stopover from London to Tokyo in 1930, he was said to be the world’s most widely travelled air passenger

A three-engine Fokker F.VII chartered by Van Lear Black.
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