This Month in Aviation History – Lindbergh

On Saturday, June 4th 1927, a mere two weeks after Charles A. Lindbergh had changed the world, a Bellanca WB-2 monoplane christened “Columbia” took off on what was to be the second non-stop Trans-Atlantic airplane flight -- and the first-ever passenger carrying flight to cross the great ocean. But for several twists of fate, this aircraft could have been the first to do both...