Our journey now continues south as we leave Spain for the time being and head into Portuguese airspace and arrive at the airport of the capital city in Lisbon. From here aviation history was made with the first regular scheduled transatlantic flights from Lisbon to New York, via the Azores. A trip that used to take days, riding through the worst of weathers in a flying boat, in stark contrast to the air conditioned comfort of modern high altitude airliners.
|Flight Information||LEBB to LPPT (IFR)|
|Cruising altitude||16000 ft. (4876.8m)
|Date & Time||July 3, 2015 18:40 CEST|
|Waypoints & Distance||
LEBB BLV AMTOS NEA BBI FTM
AIREZ LAR LPPT (402nm, 744.5km)
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