What it was like to fly the first commercial flight in 1914

The Wall Street Journal reports the 23-minute commute was an instant sensation, immediately inspiring copycat airlines focused on delivering service between two specific destinations throughout the country. Los Angeles was suddenly connected to Catalina Island by way of air travel. The same for New York and Atlantic City, and Florida with several Caribbean ports. The age of the airline was born.

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