Graf Zeppelin - Europe Pan-American Flight US19300419-S-EN.v01-LH

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United States
1930
326 - 328
C13 - C15
11

FACTS & FIGURES

In May, 1930 ‘Graf Zeppelin’ made its first visit to South America as part of a triangular flight between Spain, Brazil, and the United States. Providing passenger, express freight, and air mail service between Germany, Spain and South America was one function which was an early consideration in the design of LZ-127. The 1930 flight originated in Friedrichshafen on May 18 and stopped first in Seville before leaving Europe. The Graf arrived in Brazil first at Recife (Pernambuco) docking at Campo do Jiquia on May 22 before proceeding on to Rio de Janeiro. She then flew back north to Lakehurst, NJ, before heading east over the Atlantic on June 2 to return to Germany with another stop in Seville...

 

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