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February 18 - Elm Farm Ollie becomes the first cow to fly in an airplane and also the first cow to be milked in an airplane.
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'''[[February 18, 1930|February 18]]''' - Elm Farm Ollie becomes the first cow to fly in an airplane and also the first cow to be milked in an airplane.
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'''[[April 2, 1930|April 2]]''' - A Stinson Detroiter (SM-1FS) seaplane becomes the first aeroplane to reach Bermuda. Flying from New York, it has to land twice on the ocean: once because of darkness and again for refueling.
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'''[[May 15, 1930|May 15]]''' - Aboard a Boeing tri-motor, Ellen Church becomes the first airline stewardess (the flight was from Oakland, California to Chicago, Illinois).
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'''[[May 20, 1930|May 20]]''' - Charles Nicholson pilots the first ever airplane to be catapulted from a dirigible.
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'''[[May 24, 1930|May 24]]''' - Amy Johnson lands in Darwin, Australia becoming the first woman to fly solo from England to Australia (she left on [[May 5, 1930|May 5]] for the 11,000 mile flight).
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'''[[September 24, 1930|September 24]]''' - The British three-engined biplane flying-boat, the Short S.8/8 Rangoon, took it's maiden flight from the River Medway in south-east England, before finally taking service with the Royal Air Force.
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'''[[October 5, 1930|October 5]]''' - British Airship R101 crashed in France en-route to India on its maiden voyage.
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'''[[October 26, 1930|October 26]]''' - Pioneering Aviators, Jessie Maude "Chubbie" Miller and Captain William Newton "Bill" Lancaster set transcontinental speed records from Los Angeles to New York in 21 hours 47 minutes, flying a 'killer' monoplane called the Alexander Bullet.
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Latest revision as of 12:29, 17 May 2015

February 18 - Elm Farm Ollie becomes the first cow to fly in an airplane and also the first cow to be milked in an airplane.

April 2 - A Stinson Detroiter (SM-1FS) seaplane becomes the first aeroplane to reach Bermuda. Flying from New York, it has to land twice on the ocean: once because of darkness and again for refueling.

May 15 - Aboard a Boeing tri-motor, Ellen Church becomes the first airline stewardess (the flight was from Oakland, California to Chicago, Illinois).

May 20 - Charles Nicholson pilots the first ever airplane to be catapulted from a dirigible.

May 24 - Amy Johnson lands in Darwin, Australia becoming the first woman to fly solo from England to Australia (she left on May 5 for the 11,000 mile flight).

September 24 - The British three-engined biplane flying-boat, the Short S.8/8 Rangoon, took it's maiden flight from the River Medway in south-east England, before finally taking service with the Royal Air Force.

October 5 - British Airship R101 crashed in France en-route to India on its maiden voyage.

October 26 - Pioneering Aviators, Jessie Maude "Chubbie" Miller and Captain William Newton "Bill" Lancaster set transcontinental speed records from Los Angeles to New York in 21 hours 47 minutes, flying a 'killer' monoplane called the Alexander Bullet.


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