Few biplanes and the Ford trimotor land at East Boston during the National Air Tour started from Schenectady, New York.
United States USA Date:1927 Duration:3 min 18 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Aircraft landing during the National Air Tour in the United States. A biplane in flight from Schenectady, New York, during the National Air Tour. Another biplane in flight. The biplanes landing on the airfield at East Boston due to bad weather. A few men beside a biplane. Several aircraft on the airfield and the spectators watching the aircraft. Morris W. Titterington, inventor of Pioneer Earth Inductor compass, showing Pilot Geo Wies how to use compass in the instrument panel. Several people and aircraft on the airfield. An aircraft in flight over the airfield. The aircraft landing on the airfield. A man signals to the aircraft. The Ford trimotor taxiing on the airfield. Men getting out of the Ford trimotor. Edward P.Warner, Assistant Secretary for Aeronautics, with a few men. The group of men posing beside the Ford trimotor. Pilot Meyers with a monkey on his shoulder on the airfield. Several men and an aircraft behind the pilot. Pilot Eddie Stimson, who leads on points, posing with a little girl Rose Shlee, on the airfield. People looking at the aircraft lined up on the airfield.
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