Pilot Arturo Ferrarin, who was the first person to fly from Europe to Japan, in a kimono given to him at the end of the Rome to Tokyo race. Pilot Arturo Ferrarin, who was the first person to fly from Europe to Japan, in a kimono given to him at the end of the Rome to Tokyo race.
Pilot Arturo Ferrarin, who was the first person to fly from Europe to Japan, in a kimono given to him at the end of the Rome to Tokyo race.
Adam Nebbs
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Travellers' Checks by Adam Nebbs

When 11 pilots set out to fly from Rome to Tokyo a century ago, only two made it

  • It took the successful crews more than three months to reach their destination, where they received heroes welcomes
  • Plus, the Rosewood Yangon opens and SpiceRoads’ new South India Heritage by Bicycle tour – a seven-day jaunt around Kerala

Pilot Arturo Ferrarin, who was the first person to fly from Europe to Japan, in a kimono given to him at the end of the Rome to Tokyo race. Pilot Arturo Ferrarin, who was the first person to fly from Europe to Japan, in a kimono given to him at the end of the Rome to Tokyo race.
Pilot Arturo Ferrarin, who was the first person to fly from Europe to Japan, in a kimono given to him at the end of the Rome to Tokyo race.
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